Quick question: Does the H-model math actually work out such that the long-term growth will converge EXACTLY to the short-term rate at the end of the high-growth period ??

Was thinking about the math, and if you cut the difference in the Long-term and short-term growth rate in half each year, then will you ever actually get exactly to the short-term rate, or just infintesimally close ??? Perhaps this is why it says the growth CONVERGES…

Any math folks out there to verify?