Let 0 < xn ↗ ∞ such that xn+1 - xn → 0 as n → ∞ . Then, for every 0 < c < 1, there exists a subsequence k(n) such that xk(n) - xn → c as n → ∞ .

Is the problem true if c ≥ 1?

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