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Equivalent sequnces: boundness and Cauchy

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5.2.1. Show that if (a_n)[n=1,infinity] and (b_n)[n=1,infinity] are equivalent sequences of rationals, then (a_n)[n=1,infinity] is a Cauchy sequence if and only if (b_n)[n=1,infinity] is a Cauchy sequence.

5.2.2. Let epsilon > 0. Show that if (a_n)[n=1,infinity] and (b_n)[n=1,infinity] are eventually epsilon-close, then (a_n)[n=1,infinity] is bounded if and only if (b_n)[n=1,infinity] is bounded.

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We prove that
1) If two sequences are euivalent, then if one of then is Cauchy, then so is the other one.
2) If two sequences are eventually epsilon-close, then one of them is bounded if and only if the other one is.
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