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Taking advantage of the theorem on passing to the limit in inequalities, prove that Jim Xn=l if Xn=2n(Vn 2 +l-n). 13. Prove that the sequence Xi= Va; x3 = X2 o:c (-a-+-:v::--;r=a=+=V=a; ... =+=V=a '--·~~--,-·~~---- n radicals (a> 0) has the limit b=(V4a+l+l)/2. 14. Prove that the sequence with the general term I I I Xn = 3 + I + 32 + 2 + · · · + 3n + n has a finite 1imi t. 15. Prove that a sequence of lengths of perimeters of regular 2n-gorn inscribed in a circle tends to a limit (called the length of circumference).

A ) 1Im 2 2 2 X-+0 2 12 X-+0 X X-+0 X X X-+ . tanx-sinx 1. sinx(l-cosx) (b) IIm = Im -----=---'x ... o x3 X-+0 COSX•x3 I sinx 1-cosx . =II m - - · - - · - - x ... 0 cos x x x2 (c) Let us put l-x=z. Then Hence, X= 1-z and Z--+0 as X--+ I. :!. z 2 2 - =1·I I T I 2 -=:re II. m -2- = 1·Im . X-+I 1-X Z-+0 z l-+0 z 2 Note. 12. 5. ~~ (i ~xY: () I . e ln(l+x). Im 3x_1 ' x ... < ... 0 x lnx-1 (I")I"I m --. Je-+B x-e (b) lim(l+x)''<3x>; x _.. 0 (d) lim(l+k/xrx; • e4X-I (f} hm -1 - ; x .. 0 an x (h) Jim ex -:-e-:x ; x ..

2n-1 hm 2n +1=1. n-+rn (b) Let us find the absolute value of the difference lxn-3/51: 3n2+ I 31 8 15n2-I -5 = 5 (5n2- I)· Let 8 >0 be given. Choose n so that the inequality 8 5 (5n2 - I) <8' is fulfilled. Solving this inequality, we find n 2 8 +I. > 25e 5' n > ..!... /8+5e 5 V e • Putting N=E (; y-s~5g)' we conclude that at n >N lxn-3/51<8, which completes the proof. 5. Given a sequence with known that lim Xn = 1/3. 01). the general term Xn=;~+!. It is the number of points Xn lying out- -+ "' side the open interval L= (-}-1 o~o; ~ + 1~oo) · 44 Ch.