Suppose delta > 0 Prove that there exists a positive integer n such that 0 < 1/(4n+1)pi/2 < delta and sin( (4n+1)pi)/2) = 1 How do you do this?
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Originally Posted by Sterwine Suppose delta > 0 Prove that there exists a positive integer n such that 0 < 1/(4n+1)pi/2 < delta and sin( (4n+1)pi)/2) = 1 It is very hard to read you post. I assume that it is Do you understand that the sequence ? Then if that almost all of the terms of that sequence are less than .
I think the denominator is (4n+1) times Pi/2
Originally Posted by Sterwine I think the denominator is (4n+1) times Pi/2 You do understand that
yes, yes I do
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