hi i didn't understand the following question Let be given. For the following sequence find a natural number such that , thereby showing that as . a) thanks
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Originally Posted by rpatel hi i didn't understand the following question Let be given. For the following sequence find a natural number such that , thereby showing that as . a) thanks Consider: Overall we get Solving the last inequality for gives . Therefore you can choose , or some bigger number, of course.
Hi i was wondering if you could please explain the step from and from in this case where does the 2 come from i undestand that is true statement but why number 2 on the top of the fraction and not 3 for example. thanks
Originally Posted by rpatel Hi i was wondering if you could please explain the step from and from in this case where does the 2 come from i undestand that is true statement but why number 2 on the top of the fraction and not 3 for example. thanks Since Failure is offline I'll post up an answer. For the first question you had, he multiplied the fraction by . I.e, divided everything by n. for the second question, notice that the maximum value of for is 1. Hence, .
oh ok yep i understand thanks.
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