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SEQUENCES. DEF:. A sequence is a list of numbers in a given order:. Example. first term. second term. n-th term. index. Example. Example. SEQUENCES. DEF:. A sequence is a list of numbers in a given order:. Example. Example. SEQUENCES. Example.

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SEQUENCES

DEF:

A sequence is a list of numbers in a given order:

Example

first term

second term

n-th term

index

Example

Example

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SEQUENCES

DEF:

A sequence is a list of numbers in a given order:

Example

Example

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Example

Find a formula for the general term of the sequence

the digit in the th decimal place of the number pi

Recursive Definitions

Example

Find a formula for the general term of the sequence

This sequence arose when the 13th-century Italian mathematician known as Fibonacci

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SEQUENCES

Representing Sequences

Example

LIMIT OF THE SEQUENCE

as

If converges to L, we write

We say the sequence

convg

Remark:

or simply

and call L the limit of the sequence

If there exist no L then we say the sequence is divergent.

Remark:

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Convergence or Divergence

How to find a limit of a sequence

Example

(IF you can)

use Math-101 to find the limit.

Use other prop.

To find the limit

abs,r^n,bdd+montone

1

Example:

2

1)Sandwich Thm:

2)Cont. Func. Thm:

3

3)L’Hôpital’s Rule:

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Example

Note:

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Factorial;

NOTE

Example

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Example

Find

where

Sol:

by sandw. limit is 0

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Example

For what values of r is the sequence convergent?

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DEFINITION

DEFINITION

bounded from above

bounded from below

Upper bound

Lower bound

If m is a lower bound but no number greater than m is a lower bound then m is the greatest lower bound

If M is an upper bound but no number less than M is an upper bound then M is the least upper bound.

Example

Is bounded below

Example

greatest upper bound = ??

Is bounded above by any number greater than one

If is bounded

from above and below,

If is not bounded

we say that

unbounded

bounded

Least upper bound

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If is bounded

from above and below,

If is not bounded

we say that

unbounded

bounded

Example:

unbounded

bounded

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DEFINITION

DEFINITION

non-decreasing

non-increasing

Example

Sol_2

Sol_1

Is the sequence inc or dec

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DEFINITION

DEFINITION

non-decreasing

non-increasing

Example

Is the sequence inc or dec

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DEFINITION

non-decreasing

DEFINITION

non-increasing

DEFINITION

monotonic

if it is either nonincreasing or nondecreasing.

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1) bounded

THM6

convg

2) monotonic

THM_part1

THM_part2

non-decreasing

non-increasing

convg

convg

bounded by above

bounded by below

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1) bounded

THM6

convg

2) monotonic

Example

Is the sequence inc or dec

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How to find a limit of a sequence (convg or divg)

(IF you can)

use Math-101 to find the limit.

Use other prop.

To find the limit

abs,r^n,bdd+montone

Example:

Example:

1)Sandwich Thm:

1)Absolute value:

2)Cont. Func. Thm:

2)Power of r:

3)L’Hôpital’s Rule:

3)bdd+montone:

Bdd + monton  convg

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TERM-082

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TERM-082

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TERM-092

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TERM-092

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SEQUENCES

If is bounded

from above and below,

If is not bounded

we say that

unbounded

bounded

Example:

unbounded

bounded