Is this correct? The dominant term is n!, so we write = Since { },{ } and { } are all null sequences, = = 0 by the Combination Rules. Hence converges with a limit 0
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Originally Posted by Arron Is this correct? The dominant term is n!, so we write = Since { },{ } and { } are all null sequences, = = 0 by the Combination Rules. Hence converges with a limit 0 Here is a problem with that: .
Are you saying that { } is not a basic null sequence. I think you are right. Does this mean this is not a converging sequence and how do I prove this?
Originally Posted by Arron Are you saying that { } is not a basic null sequence. I think you are right. Does this mean this is not a converging sequence and how do I prove this? Can you show that
No, thats a bit beyond me. I am thinking, | | = 1 Therefore the limit is = 2 by the Combination Rules.
Last edited by Arron; May 30th 2011 at 09:20 AM.
Originally Posted by Arron No, thats a bit beyond me. Well you have a great deal of hard work ahead of you. Good Luck.
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