Dikshita Deka Asked a Question
July 17, 2020 6:01 pmpts 10 pts
Question : why does Vn=(-1)^n diverge ???? Answer : ???
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  • Deepak singh Best Answer
    this sequence is neither convergent nor divergent . it is oscillating sequence . see attached
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    Deepak singh
    since it's value lies between in [-1,1] , so it is bounded
  • Vishal goswami thankyou
    sequence is not divergent it is an oscillating sequence.
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  • Srinath
    Because it has two subsequences which converge to different limits. For a sequence to be convergent, all of its subsequences has to converge to the same limit, the one towards whic...
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    Dikshita Deka
    thank you
  • Subhankar dhara
    see it
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    Dikshita Deka
    thank you