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Find the upper limit of the sequence \left\{x_{n}\right\}_{{n=1}}^{\infty },x_{n}={\frac  {1}{n^{2}}}\,

The smallest number L such that for any \epsilon >0 there are finitely many terms of the sequence larger than L+\epsilon is 0.




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