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    Convergence 61.15

    Prove: If lim abs(Xn) = 0 (n approaches infinity), then lim Xn =0 (n approaches infinity).
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    Squeeze

    I'll give you a hint: Squeeze Theorem...

    -|x_n|\leq x_n \leq |x_n|
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