How can i decide if these sequence converge, then go on to state its limit? Thanks guys do i start like this:
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Originally Posted by ADY do i start like this: You seem to have the misunderstanding that . Both (0.6)^n and (0.3)^n approach zero as n approaches infinity. What does that tell you?
They are divergent?
Originally Posted by ADY They are divergent? it tells you that . And that implies......?
Originally Posted by Sampras it tells you that . And that implies......? It is convergent?
Originally Posted by ADY It is convergent? no, divergent.
Ok, thank you - i really need to understand this further. Ill try another example
so do we say so 3 + 4/n converges to 3, so it convergent? Whats it limit
Originally Posted by ADY How can i decide if these sequence converge, then go on to state its limit? Thanks guys do i start like this: Therefore the sequence (NB: not series) converges. Originally Posted by Sampras it tells you that . And that implies......? It is a sequence not a series.
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