Using a Theorem In Exercises 61-64, (a) use Theorem 9.5 to show that the sequence with the given n th term converges and (b) use a graphing utility to graph the first 10 terms of the sequence and find its limit.
To calculate: If the provided sequence converges.
Calculation: Theorem 9.5, that is, bounded monotonic sequences, states that if a sequence is bounded and monotonic, then it converges.
Calculate lower bound is as below:
As the sequence has well-defined lower and upper bounds, it is bounded
To calculate: The first 10 terms of the sequence using a graphing utility and its limit.
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