Please get me solutions for following problems of the uploaded document.

Section 13.1: 9, 8

Section 13.2: 1(b)&(c), 3(a)&(c)

Section 13.3: 1, 2(a)&(c), 5 (a),

Section 13.4: 2(a)&(c), 3(a)&(b), 5, 6

Section 13.5: 1(a)&(b), 2(a)&(b), 3(a)&(c), 7, 9

Section 13.6: 1, 2(c), 3(b)&(c),10

Text: Introduction to Analysis, 4E, William Wade

Section 13.1: 9, 8

Section 13.2: 1(b)&(c), 3(a)&(c)

Section 13.3: 1, 2(a)&(c), 5 (a),

Section 13.4: 2(a)&(c), 3(a)&(b), 5, 6

Section 13.5: 1(a)&(b), 2(a)&(b), 3(a)&(c), 7, 9

Section 13.6: 1, 2(c), 3(b)&(c),10

Text: Introduction to Analysis, 4E, William Wade

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