L.sufiya khanam Asked a Question
October 9, 2020 5:59 ampts 30 pts
Or COurse, we canno use the previous theorem when dealing with infinite limits. Theorem. Let {a} and {b, be sequence such that lim a, = +oo and lim b > 0. Then lim a b = +o0. Proof. Let M> 0. Choose a real number m so that 0 < m < lim b Whether lim b, = +o Or not, there exists N, so that if n > N, then b, > m. Since lim a, = +o there is an N, so that if n> N, then
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  • Deepak singh Best Answer
    refer attached examples if any doubt then ask
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  • Srinath thankyou
    Take (an) = n, (bn) = n/(n+1)
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