Originally Posted by

**RockHard** I am having trouble grasping the concept of a limit in terms of sequences as I am trying to learn sequences/series. I feel this is an important concept to be grasped but the definition of the limit is so abstract I can understand for any epsilion greater than 0, meaning any number someone gives you > 0 exists some N, whenever

|an - L| < epsilion and n > N

I can kinda see where you get the nth term but where does some random N come from where is it determined in this defintion and the last bit I mentioned too is a bit abstract