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September 16, 2021 • 22:04 pm 30 points
  • IIT JAM
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Q.296 consider the sequence ( a_n=(1+1/n))an, then the sequence {a_n} (a) is convergent in q (b) is convergent in r (c) is cauchy in q (d) is cauchy in r answer

Q.296 Consider the sequence ( a_n=(1+1/n))An, then the sequence {a_n} (a) is convergent in Q (b) is convergent in R (c) is cauchy in Q (d) is cauchy in R ANSWER OF Q,295: (B) D ifasonline.com (9172266888

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  • Anonymous User

    D also because convergent sequence is cauchy sequence

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