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I assume the question is going to be deleted (or autodeleted), so I'll copy the comments here.
It seems that several instances (and variations) of this question can be found at math.SE. You can try this search or this search in Approach0. — Martin Sleziak 3 mins ago
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A: Requests for reopen and undelete votes for on-hold, closed, and deleted questions

Jeremy RickardQuite possibly I'm missing something obvious, but this question on sequences of real numbers has been rapidly downvoted and closed, and I'm not quite sure why. I've only thought about it for five minutes, and it's far from my area, but I thought it seemed quite an interesting and non-trivial ques...

Maybe one of the reasons why the users voted to close this question is that several duplicates (or nearly duplicates) can be found on math.SE, see here: chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/10243/2017/7/19Martin Sleziak 21 secs ago
@MartinSleziak OK, fair enough. — Jeremy Rickard 24 secs ago
 
 
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