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Special Types of Sequences

Like baseball, or any other sport, there are a few rockstar, standout sequences that get some special attention. They're the Babe Ruth's and Nolan Ryan's of mathematical sequences. They'll turn out to be the key players in calculus related issues, so we're going to spend some time looking them over. If there was a calculus hall of fame, we'd induct them.

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