Suppose that lim sn = s, with s > 0. Prove that there exist a real number N such that sn> 0 for all n > N.
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Originally Posted by bearej50 Suppose that lim sn = s, with s > 0. Prove that there exist a real number N such that sn> 0 for all n > N. a proof by contradiction should work. what if for all ? consider the cases for all and for all separately
In the definition of sequence convergence, set . Then
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