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Let [itex]\sum a_n[/itex] be an infinite series of complex terms which converges but not absolutely. Then can we still break it up into its real and imaginary parts?

[tex]\sum a_n = \sum x_n + i\sum y_n[/tex]

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# Splitting Infinite Series into Real and Imaginary Parts

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