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# Showing a sequence does not converge to a limit watch

1. an= 7n/n+2 how would I show this sequence does not converge to 3? As it’s different to what I have done before as there’s n’s on the top and bottom of the fraction so I can’t make n the subject so don’t know what floor epsilon to use
Thanks
2. (Original post by Bobby21231)
an= 7n/n+2 how would I show this sequence does not converge to 3? As it’s different to what I have done before as there’s n’s on the top and bottom of the fraction so I can’t make n the subject so don’t know what floor epsilon to use
Thanks
Same question posted a day or so ago:

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5046084

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