Sequences And Series Of Real Numbers -3


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QUESTION: 1

If Sn denoted the sum of n term of the series 

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If Sn denote the sum of n terms of the series  then Sn will be 

QUESTION: 2

Which of the following (s) is/are correct?

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 (given)

QUESTION: 3

Let < Sn > and <tn> be two sequences such that  and  Then,

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Since, we know that ifbe a sequence such that  and 


Hence, 
and 

*Multiple options can be correct
QUESTION: 4

The sequence <sn> , where   is

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If m > n,

Since 2r – 1 ≤ r !

Therefore, it follows that <sn> is a cauchy sequence. Hence <sn> converges
 

QUESTION: 5

Which one of the following is incorrect?

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QUESTION: 6

For infinite series  for n, and there is a real number N, such that for n ≥ N implies |an|≤ bn.  If  coverges, then

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QUESTION: 7

If a sequence  converges to a real number A, then 

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QUESTION: 8

If a sequence is not a Cauchy sequence, then it is a  

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QUESTION: 9

 is an increasing bounded sequence, then for the sequence   is following statement is false

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QUESTION: 10

If a sequence < an2 > converges to a2, then the sequence < an > converges to

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QUESTION: 11

A real number l is a limit point of a sequence < an> if and only if there exists

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QUESTION: 12

  be tw0 sequence such that   converges respectively to A and AB, then  converges Iff

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QUESTION: 13

Let sequence  converges to A and sequence   converges to B, with an ≤ bn for all n, then

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QUESTION: 14

What will be the value of 

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QUESTION: 15

A : Cauchy sequence is convergent.
B : Cauchy sequence is bounded.

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QUESTION: 16

 is equal to

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QUESTION: 17

Let San be a convergent series of positive terms and let Sbn be a divergent series of positive terms. Then,

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QUESTION: 18

Which of the following statement is true? (a) For any positive number ε there is a natural number n, such that . n (ft) Between any two real number there is no irrational number. (c) Convergent sequence is not bounded. (d) None of the above is true.

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QUESTION: 19

Let {an} be a sequence of real numbers. Then  exists if and only if

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For C, suppose lima2n = p, lim a2n+1 = q, lim a3n = r.

Considering a6n, p = r.

Considering a6n+3 = a2(3n+1)+1, q = r.

Therefore p=q=r.

Since a2n and a2n+1 include all integers, limanliman exists.

So C is true.

QUESTION: 20

Let < an> —> a. Let for every positive integer k, Ak be the set of all positive integer n such that | an- a | < —1/k. Then,

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