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Asked • 11/07/17

The question is about proving limits

a) Show that if xn≠0, where n(∈) is a subset of N then lim(xn)=0 if and only if lim(1/xn2)=infinity 
 
b) Give an example for which lim(xn)=0 but lim(1/x2n) does not exist
 

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Andy C. answered • 11/07/17

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