It's ok, because the limsup of a constant is that constant.
They have , where .
Now take the limit sup of both sides of the equation.
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And I pointed out last night that .
This example shows the inequality...
and
So
while .
i marked a place where they use theorem 4
but theorem 4 talks about that if one sequence is bigger then the other
then so is their liminf and limsup
but i cant understand how they use this fact for getting the marked result
what does theorem 4 has to do with the limsup of the sum of sequences
??
why a_n +b_n =limsup(a_n +b_n)
??