Loyal chakma Asked a Question
September 16, 2020 8:07 pmpts 30 pts
Q.10 Let S = 1++ for n E N. Then which one of the following is TRUE for the sequence {snJn=1 (A) Snn=1 Converges in Q (B) Snn=1 s a Cauchy sequence but does not converge in Q (C)the subsequence (Sk"}n=1 is convergent in R, only when k is even natural number (D){Snn=1 iS not a Cauchy sequence
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  • Deepak singh Best Answer
    see attached , option b is correct
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    Vishal goswami
    convergent to e not e-1.
  • Vishal goswami thankyou
    option b is correct. sequence is convergent to e and e is not in Q.
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    Loyal chakma
    please share more details !
  • Deepak singh
    convergent to e-1...
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    Vishal goswami
    no
  • Vishal goswami
    if sequence convergent to m and m in some set A,then we says that sequence is convergent in A. In this question sequence is convergent to e and it is not in Q so sequence not conve...
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  • Vishal goswami
    convergent to e not e-1.
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  • Deepak singh
    sn is convergent to e , there is little mistake... but even now option b is correct ... no problem..
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  • Deepak singh
    if any doubt then ask
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