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    Quote Originally Posted by iphone3gs View Post

    2. On set of reals, demonstrate that fn(x) is decreasing...
    In order to avoid misundestanding you should better define the term 'decreasing'. In particular...

    a) is fn(x) decreasing in x with n constant?...

    b) is fn(x) decreasing in n with x constant?...

    c) some else?...

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    Decreasing

    you have to keep x fixed and choose decreasing with the n's.
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