Neha Hema raj Asked a Question
September 2, 2020 1:35 pmpts 30 pts
Suppose (a,) is a sequence of positive real numbers such that lim 1 = a (a > 0). Then lim (a,) n- a, n- (A) (B) a/2 a (C) 2a (D) a/3
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  • Deepak singh Best Answer
    it is the theorem.. see
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  • Piyush
    It is the same. Ans A
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  • Deepak singh
    option a is correct
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  • Vishal goswami
    option a
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  • Chinmaya pandey
    ans is (a) according to cauchey second theorem
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