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comment Proving that $(b_n) \to b$ implies $\left(\frac{1}{b_n}\right) \to \frac{1}{b}$
This makes sense, thank you. You are right, picking a smaller epsilon actually leads me closer to the sequence, I missed that at first. Thanks again!
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comment What is the set of all functions from $\{0, 1\}$ to $\mathbb{N}$ equinumerous to?
@Asaf: Thanks for the link and for your answer. I have been running into the issue of not knowing which answer to accept on numerous occasions now (I feel like more than half of them deserve being accepted, if not all), and I certainly haven't been giving them that much time... I will do better next time.
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accepted What is the set of all functions from $\{0, 1\}$ to $\mathbb{N}$ equinumerous to?