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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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accepted Proving that $(b_n) \to b$ implies $\left(\frac{1}{b_n}\right) \to \frac{1}{b}$
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revised Proving that $(b_n) \to b$ implies $\left(\frac{1}{b_n}\right) \to \frac{1}{b}$
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