[Haskell-cafe] Re: 0/0 > 1 == False
Kalman Noel
kalman.noel at bluebottle.com
Sat Jan 12 17:36:18 EST 2008
Cristian Baboi wrote:
>>Cristian Baboi:
>>> Suppose lim a_n = a , lim b_n = b, c_2n = a_n, c_2n+1 = b_n.
>>> What is lim c_n ?
>>
>> If my intuition was of any importance here, it would claim that c_n
>> diverges, because if I roughly approximate c_n by the sequence c' =
>> ⟨a,b,a,b,...⟩, then I note that c' oscillates, so c_n »roughly
>> oscillates«.
>
> You mean something like this x=a:b:x ?
Ah, you try to be on-topic by using Haskell syntax :)
Obviously though, I really forgot to consider the case a = b... But that's
enough OT for today, I guess.
Kalman
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