 3.6.1: Show that if (x,.) is an unbounded sequence, then there exists a pr...
 3.6.2: Give examples of properly divergent sequences (x,.) and (y,.) withY...
 3.6.3: Show that if x,. > 0 for all n eN, then lim(x,.) = 0 if and only if...
 3.6.4: Establish the proper divergence of the following sequences. (a) ( J...
 3.6.5: Is the sequence (n sin n) properly divergent?
 3.6.6: Let (x,.) be properly divergent and let (y,.) be such that lim(x,.y...
 3.6.7: Let (x,.) and (y,.) be sequences of positive numbers such that lim(...
 3.6.8: Investigate the convergence or the divergence of the following sequ...
 3.6.9: Let (x,.) and (y,.) be sequences of positive numbers such that lim(...
 3.6.10: Show that if lim(a,./n) = L, where L > 0, then lim(a,.) = +oo.
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