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Lecture# Real Analysis: Sequences and Limits

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This lecture covers the basics of real analysis, focusing on sequences and limits. Topics include definitions and examples of limits, properties of limits, monotonic and bounded sequences, series, and applications of limits. The lecture emphasizes rigorous proofs and provides essential foundations for further studies in mathematics.

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