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    Hi, just a quick question...

    If I show that a sequence is Cauchy is that sufficient for proving the sequence is convergent (I don't need to prove the limit). Given we are only dealing with real numbers.

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    If we're working in R, all Cauchy sequences converge. Whether showing that a sequence is Cauchy will satisfy your tutors or not depends on whether you've prove that Cauchy implies convergent in lectures...
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    Yea, we did that last lecture... so should be ok :p: If I PM you my answer think you could check it, I'm not very sure its correct lol >.<
 
 
 
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