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# Foundations of Analysis MATH 4200

Benton Yundt
Utah State University
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E. Heal

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Math 4200 De nition A sequence of real numbers is afunction f J gt R De nition A sequence a7 is said to be bounded provided the set a n E J isbounded De nition A sequence a7 is said to be bounded above below provided the set a7 n E J is bounded above below De nition Let an be a sequence We say aquot has a limit if and only if there exists a real number L such that for every 6 gt 0 there exists M gt 0 such that for any n in J ifngtMthen an L lte The number L is called the limit of the sequence a7 Notation If an is a sequence with the number L as a limit we write lim an L and say the limit of a as n tends to in nity is L H00 1 Establish the existence or nonexistence of limits for the following sequences TL n21 b 1 71n 9 v 2Given e 00000057 find a suitable M such that for all positive integers n gt M 7 2 lt6 3Prove that hm an L if and onlyif hm b 0 where for eachnin J bn an 7 L 4 If aw and bn are two convergent sequences satisfying an 3 b for all n can you conclude that m an limbn 7 5 Let a and bn be sequences having limits A and B respectively Prove that a b converges to A B 6 Let a and bn be sequences having limits A and B respectively Prove that a b converges to A B 7 Suppose an converges to 0 and b is bounded Show that aw bn converges to 0

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