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    • PGDip , University of Kent, 2015
    • BSc, University of Kent, 2014

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    Sequences Limit Consequences

    (a) Prove this operation:
    Let {xn} and {yn} be convergent sequences.
    The sequence{zn} where zn:=xn-yn converges and lim (xn-yn)=lim zn=lim xn-limyn

    What I attempted was this:

    Suppose {xn} and {yn} are convergent sequences and write zn:=xn-yn. Let x:=lim xn, y:=lim yn and z:=x-y
    Let epsilo READ MORE ยป

    Mathematics / Calculus and Analysis / Real Analysis » 614709

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