Posted by **Hannah** on Saturday, July 11, 2009 at 7:44pm.

A sequence {an} is given by a1=root(3), a n+1 = root(3+an). show that {an} is monotonic and bounded, and calculate lim (n->infinity) an, if it exists.

Could someone just tell me what answer they get?

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