If {a_{n}} is a sequence such that lim_{n-> infinitity}(a_{n}+1}/{an} = C, where |C| <1, what is lim_{n-> infinity}a_{n? Anyone can help? Think it is convergent... -Bruce}

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- March 5th 2013, 03:05 PMweijing85Convergent and divergent series.
If {a

_{n}} is a sequence such that lim_{n-> infinitity}(a_{n}+1}/{an} = C, where |C| <1, what is lim_{n-> infinity}a_{n? Anyone can help? Think it is convergent... -Bruce} - March 5th 2013, 03:15 PMPlatoRe: Convergent and divergent series.
- March 6th 2013, 12:07 AMweijing85Re: Convergent and divergent series.
Yupz

- March 6th 2013, 12:09 AMweijing85Re: Convergent and divergent series.
Actually its = lambda.

- March 6th 2013, 03:05 AMweijing85Re: Convergent and divergent series.
Anyway i just solved, the answer is 0.