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Volume 3 , Issue 1, PP: 08-13 , 2020

Title

The Concept of Neutrosophic Limits in Real Sequences

Authors Names :   Huda E. Khalid *   1     Ahmed K. Essa   2  

1  Affiliation :  Telafer University, Scientific Affairs and Cultural Relations Department, Telafer, Iraq

    Email :  hodaesmail@yahoo.com


2  Affiliation :  Telafer University, Scientific Affairs and Cultural Relations Department, Telafer, Iraq

    Email :  ahmed.essa@yahoo.com



Doi   :  10.5281/zenodo.3732601


Abstract :

The theory of neutrosophic limits is the natural step before developing the theory of neutrosophic continuous functions and developing the theory of neutrosophic differentiation. The goal of this work is to construct a new definition of the neutrosophic limits for real sequences using the distance as a linear operator. Some new theorems are presented to cover the theoretical notions of this topic and an illustrative example is presented to help the reader understanding the notions of this article.  

Keywords :

Neutrosophic Limits , Neutrosophic Convergence , Real Sequences.

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