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    Quote Originally Posted by xalk View Post
    Thank you ,but i cannot see how you get:

    s_n^2 = x + (s_{n-1} - xs_{n-1})^2
    Completing the square. Just expand and notice that they are equal.
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    I am sorry i answered in another thread ,named "monotone sequences and Cauchy sequences"
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