Theorem states:
Note that a (sub n) is a constant sequence.
Suppose a (sub n) = a for all n greater than or equal to 1.
Then lim a (sub n) as n approaches infinity = a.
Theorem states:
Note that a (sub n) is a constant sequence.
Suppose a (sub n) = a for all n greater than or equal to 1.
Then lim a (sub n) as n approaches infinity = a.
Theorem states:
Note that a (sub n) is a constant sequence.
Suppose a (sub n) = a for all n greater than or equal to 1.
Then lim a (sub n) as n approaches infinity = a.
I need to prove this.
you need to use the definition of the limit for a sequence to show that
that is, you must show that: for every , there exists an such that implies