Answer to Question #5718 in Real Analysis for Patrick Fitzgerald

Question #5718
Proof: Let f be real-valued function on R and suppose lim x-> a f(x)=L. If {Xn} n from 1 to infinity does not = a (n is an element of I), prove that the sequence {f(Xn)} n from 1 to infinity converges to L.
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