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  1. bahrom7893
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    @Zarkon @Pippa @Hero we can continue here.

  3. bahrom7893
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    im sorry zarkon, im sure im driving u nuts with these.. a couple more to go and then the computational stuff will begin.

  4. Hero
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    I'm not qualified to help you with this, but, you can gladly tell me which book these questions are coming from.

  5. bahrom7893
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    btw that part a. It's false right? 1/2 is not less than 1/2

  6. Zarkon
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    \[\frac{1}{3}+\frac{1}{4}\ge\frac{1}{4}+\frac{1}{4}=\frac{2}{4}=\frac{1}{2}\] do the same with the other sets of numbers....use the smallest number from each group toso that it adds to 1/2

  7. bahrom7893
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    @Hero Calculus - Single Variable and MultiVariable 5th edition, hughes hallet @Zarkon ty. what about part b

  8. Hero
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    Funny, I have that book

  9. Zarkon
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    there are an infinte number of 1/2's you are adding up...therefore the sum is infinity

  10. bahrom7893
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    This was 9.3 #46 hero.

  11. Hero
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    Zarkon is the OS version of wolfram alpha

  12. bahrom7893
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    Two more left Zarkon and I'll hopefully be able to do most of the rest on my own.

  13. bahrom7893
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    YES HE IS!

  14. Hero
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    And Pippa is funny

  15. bahrom7893
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    no she's not

  16. Hero
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    I was trying to be nice.

  17. bahrom7893
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    i wasn't :/ lol sorry

  18. QuantumTorch
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    The series is 1/n, as n approaches infinity, it can never converge.

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