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Find the Range of Uniform convergence of $ \zeta\left(x\right) = \sum_{n=1}^{\infty}\frac{1}{{n}^{x}} $
Using the Weierstrass-M test, I get this converges for $ 1 \lt x \lt \infty $
But the book's answer is $ 1 \lt s \le x \lt \infty $? I have scoured the book but can't see why they say it this way (with the 's')?
Using the Weierstrass-M test, I get this converges for $ 1 \lt x \lt \infty $
But the book's answer is $ 1 \lt s \le x \lt \infty $? I have scoured the book but can't see why they say it this way (with the 's')?