Real Sequences and Basic Operations on Them


The articles [6], [8], [1], [7], [4], [9], [2], [5], [10], and [3] provide the notation and terminology for this paper. For simplicity, we adopt the following convention: f is a function, n is a natural number, r, p are real numbers, and x is a set. A sequence of real numbers is a function from N into R. In the sequel s1, s2, s3, s4, s1, s ′ 2 denote sequences of real numbers. We now state two propositions:

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@inproceedings{Kotowicz1989RealSA, title={Real Sequences and Basic Operations on Them}, author={Jarosław Kotowicz}, year={1989} }