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akoska

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How do I show that f(x)=sum (from n=0 to infinity) cos(nx)e^-nx is a continuous function? x is from (0, infinity)

So, I need to show that the series converges uniformly. I'm trying to say that |cos nx e^-nx| <= |e^-nx| and use Weierstrass comparison, but I can't find a function M_n to use for Weierstrass.

I feel like I'm missing something really simple...

So, I need to show that the series converges uniformly. I'm trying to say that |cos nx e^-nx| <= |e^-nx| and use Weierstrass comparison, but I can't find a function M_n to use for Weierstrass.

I feel like I'm missing something really simple...

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