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Definition 3.2.1: Cauchy Sequence

Let be a sequence of real (or complex) numbers. We say that the sequence satisfies the Cauchy criterion (or simply is Cauchy) if for each > 0 there is an integer N > 0 such that if j, k > N then
| aj - ak | <
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