If (both positive integers) then .
I am working on a problem and was just reading a thread where a user posted :
is metric space. for sequence we say that is Cauchy sequence if
meaning that, sequence is Cauchy sequence if
Is it sufficient to show just
for a sequence to be cauchy? Or should it be done using the epsilon definition (which i am struggling with).
Basically i'm trying to construct a metric on the real numbers so that is not complete. I have created such a metric (i think) with
but i am struggling to show with the epsilon definition that the sequence of natural numbers is cauchy on it.