If you have a sequence and an inequality

Does that mean that the point to which the sequence converges (if it does) is less than or does that mean ?

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- April 15th 2010, 02:03 AMmiatchguySequence-Constant Inequalities
If you have a sequence and an inequality

Does that mean that the point to which the sequence converges (if it does) is less than or does that mean ? - April 15th 2010, 04:08 AMtonio

In a rather unsurprising fashion, means just . As simply as that.

They could tell you this inequality is true for any n or only for some (one, a few, infinite, all...) n's, but that's something you can't ask here but rather ask the person who gave you the inequality.

Now, if then , but nothing else can be said about the relation between until we know more about the given inequality.

Tonio