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I don't really grasp the M test for convergence and I have several Hmwk problems and figured that if someone could explain how to do one of them then I should be able to figure the rest out.

ok - the problem is this:

Use the M test to establish the uniform convergence of:

(Sum from n - infinite) exp(in^2x) / n! for |z| < r where r < infinite.

Any help would be really appreciated

rachel.

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# Weierstrass M test

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