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Homework Statement
Theory:
{an} is Convegent series then lim {an}=0
O.K. But let {an}=(2n+3)/(4n+5) is Convegent series and lim an=1/2
Homework Equations
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tiny-tim said:Hi m_s_a!
I think they mean if ∑{an} is Convegent series then lim {an}=0.
m_s_a said:Hi _>inf
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tiny-tim said:What language are you translating from?
O.K. But let {an}=(2n+3)/(4n+5) is Convegent series and lim an=1/2
"Series" (in mathematics, not general English) means specifically a "sum" while "sequence" does not. (2n+3)/(4n+5) is a sequence that converges to 1/2. The seriesm_s_a said:Homework Statement
Theory:
{an} is Convegent series then lim {an}=0
O.K. But let {an}=(2n+3)/(4n+5) is Convegent series and lim an=1/2
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rootX said:Japanese to English translations sounds so much like this. But, I would also love to know.
{an}=(2n+3)/(4n+5) is not convergent if you saying it is or someone said that.
HallsofIvy said:"Series" (in mathematics, not general English) means specifically a "sum" while "sequence" does not. (2n+3)/(4n+5) is a sequence that converges to 1/2. The series
[tex]\Sum_{n=0}^\infty \frac{2n+3}{4n+5}[/tex]
does NOT converge.
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