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Maths Home Assignment 3

# Maths Home Assignment 3

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3rd maths assignment for 2nd sem
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M102
ASSIGNMENT IV
A. Mookerjee
1. Ifq andq\ue000 are rational numbers anda is a positive real number, show that (a)ax\u00b7ay =
ax+yand (b) (ax)y= ax\u00b7y
Let (xn) be a sequence of rational numbers such that limn\u2192\u221exn = 0, show that
fora(> 0)\u2208 \ue000
lim
n\u2192\u221eaxn
= 1
2. Show that the sequence (xn) withx\u2208\ue000 is convergent if and only if\u22121< x\u2264 1
3. Show that
lim
n\u2192\u221en1/n= 1
4. If (an) witha\u2208\ue000 is a sequence. Show that
lim
n\u2192\u221e
an+1
an=\ue000|\ue000|< 1\u21d2limn\u2192\u221e an = 0
Hence show that lim(xn/n!) = 0 for anyx\u2208\ue000.
5. If the sequences (an) and (bn) tend to 0 and if the latter is a strictly monotonic
decreasing sequence of positive real numbers, then
lim
n\u2192\u221e
an
bn= lim
n\u2192\u221e
an\u2212 an+1
bn\u2212 bn+1
Provided the right hand side exists.
6. (an) iis any sequence and (bn) is a strictly monotonic increasing sequence of real
numbers andbn\u2192\u221e, then
lim
n\u2192\u221e
an
bn= lim
n\u2192\u221e
an\u2212 an+1
bn\u2212 bn+1
Provided the right hand side exists.
7. If liman =\ue000 then
lim
n\u2192\u221e
a1+ a2+ ...+ an
n
=\ue000
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