Monotonic and Bounded Sequences In Exercises 53-60, determine whether the sequence with the given nth term is monotonic and whether it is bounded. Use a graphing utility to confirm your results.
To calculate: If the sequence is monotonic and bounded. If yes, then check the same using a graphing utility.
Consider the sequence
A sequence is said to be monotonic when its terms are non-decreasing or non-increasing
Consider corresponding real valued function on positive domain since the set of natural numbers is subset of .
This function is continuous and differentiable.
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