L.sufiya khanam Asked a Question
October 11, 2020 6:35 ampts 30 pts
plz. give me. an example. for this theorem
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  • L.sufiya khanam
    sir this must be mod an-am right, here it is Sn-Sm
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    Deepak singh
    here Sn and Sm are SOPS (sequence of partial sum ) of summation Un.
  • L.sufiya khanam
    sir this must be mod an-am right. why is it sn-sm
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    Deepak singh
    it is right , we take SOPS of series in mod.
  • Deepak singh
    another example is take series £1/n^2 is also convergent and follows cauchy's principle of convergence..
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    L.sufiya khanam
    sir for 1/n^2 also show the proof sir?
  • Deepak singh thankyou
    see attached two examples , it will clear your doubt.
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    L.sufiya khanam
    sir summation of 1/n is 1+1/2+1/3+......+1/n???
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