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comment Example of a sequence with a Cauchy subsequence and terms arbitrarily close
Thanks...If you don't mind I cleaned up your answer a little.
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comment Example of a sequence with a Cauchy subsequence and terms arbitrarily close
@happymath: Could you elaborate on your above comment. Which term will be less?
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comment Example of a sequence with a Cauchy subsequence and terms arbitrarily close
@happymath: What if terms are not both odd?
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comment Matrix rotation, projection, and reflection
Not an answer, but a hint is to read up on Householder matrices.
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comment Bezouts Identity for prime powers
@Mathster: Yes I know that. In that context what will be $x,y$ for $2^n,5^n$ is my question.
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comment Bezouts Identity for prime powers
@Sabyasachi: It means what will be the integers $a,b$ such that $a2^n+b5^n=1$.
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