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Answer to Question #6102 in Real Analysis for Vesper

Question #6102
Let x_n is in R and suppose that there is an M in R such that | x_n | less than or equal to M for n in N. Prove that s_n=sup{x_n, x_(n+1), ...} defines a real number for each n in N and that s_1>s_2>....
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