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    Limit of a sequence

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    Given that L-U1=3, where L is the limit of the sequence, establish the value of U0, the initial value

    L=250

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    Assuming that \{Un\}_{n\geq 0} is an infinite sequence, I found a sequence that "fits the glove:"

    If we let Un=250-\frac{6}{n+1}, then clearly we have U1=247, and also that L=250.

    Furthermore, we have that U0=244.

    As far as how to do it... I used the "use your noodle" approach.
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