Assume (an) and (bn) are Cauchy sequences. Use a triangle inequality argument to prove cn = |an - bn| is Cauchy.
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Originally Posted by ajj86 Assume (an) and (bn) are Cauchy sequences. Use a triangle inequality argument to prove cn = |an - bn| is Cauchy. So : (by triangle inequality) Hence this is a Cauchy sequence.
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