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    [SOLVED] Real Analysis

    need help!!
    prove that Lim n→ ∞ 1 / √(n+1) = 0? and please remember that this is not calculus but real An.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gtapia View Post
    need help!!
    prove that Lim n→ ∞ 1 / √(n+1) = 0? and please remember that this is not calculus but real An.

    thanks
    you need to show that \left| \frac 1{\sqrt{n + 1}} - 0  \right|< \epsilon for \epsilon > 0 and n "suitably" large

    what does n have to be larger than for \frac 1{\sqrt{n + 1}} to be less than \epsilon?


    of course you would phrase all this to conform to the sequence definition of the limit given in your text...
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