If [tex]\sum x_n[/tex] converges absolutely, and the sequence (y(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); _{n}) is bounded, then the sum [tex]\sum x_n y_n[/tex] converges.

Find a counterexample that shows this isn't true when [tex]\sum x_n[/tex] is conditionally convergent.

I'm honestly not to sure where to begin with this one. I was thinking Monotone Convergence Theorem, but that might not be necessarily true for x_{n}Any suggestions would be fantastic!

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# Absolute convergence

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