I won't give the complete details but the idea is the following. We have
I'm having trouble understanding the first line of Knapp's proof of the alternating series test. The Theorem states that
If for each in a nonempty set S, is a monotone decreasing sequence of nonnegative real numbers such that uniformly in , then converges uniformly.
His opening line in the proof is
The hypotheses are such that whenever ...
It's the above line I'm totally confused by. Can someone help explain to me how the hypothesis implies the above?