Definition:Convergent Complex Sequence/Geometrical Interpretation

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Geometrical Interpretation of Convergent Complex Sequence

The following illustration is a geometrical interpretation of the concept of a Convergent Complex Sequence.

As $n$ increases, the distance from $z_n$ to $c$ gets smaller, until after $n$ is greater than $N$, $\cmod {z_n - c}$ is always less than $\epsilon$: