What is an example of an unbounded set that doesn't go to infinity? I'm having serious trouble grasping whether or not a set that doesn't go to infinity is unbounded.
What is an example of an unbounded set that doesn't go to infinity? I'm having serious trouble grasping whether or not a set that doesn't go to infinity is unbounded.
You have got tell us more than that.
Are you talking about sets of real numbers?
Are you considering ?
Or are we in some other space altogether?
Waht do you mean by "go to infinity"? If you're talking about real numbers and if the set is listed as a sequence, the limit isn't or . Then the set is clearly unbounded but does not exist.