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# Calculus: Pointwise limits

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Let
fk (x) =
sin (kx)/k k = 1, 2, 3, . . . .
a) Determine the pointwise limit f of the sequence {fk} infinity k=1 on R.
b) Show that the sequence {fk} infinity k=1 converges to f uniformly to f on R.

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Determining pointwise limit of a given sequence of functions and then showing that the sequence converges uniformly on R.

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