Math 5333 Solns-Assignment4 - Solutions Homework#4 Section 4.2 6(a Counterexample(sn =(1 1 1 1(tn =(1 1 1 1(b Counterexample the example in part(a will

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Solutions, Homework #4 Section 4.2 8.(a) There are lots of examples.Here are two:(sn) =parenleftbigg1nparenrightbigg,(sn) =parenleftbiggnn2+ 1parenrightbigg(b) There are lots of examples. Here are two: (sn) = (n) = (1,2,3,4, . . .)(sn) =parenleftbiggn2n+ 1parenrightbigg9. (sn)and (tn) are sequences such thatsntnfor alln.(a) Choose any numberMR. Since (b) Choose any numberMR. Since 1
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