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Harmonic Series...

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@Zarkon @Pippa @Hero we can continue here.
im sorry zarkon, im sure im driving u nuts with these.. a couple more to go and then the computational stuff will begin.

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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.
btw that part a. It's false right? 1/2 is not less than 1/2
\[\frac{1}{3}+\frac{1}{4}\ge\frac{1}{4}+\frac{1}{4}=\frac{2}{4}=\frac{1}{2}\] do the same with the other sets of numbers....use the smallest number from each group toso that it adds to 1/2
@Hero Calculus - Single Variable and MultiVariable 5th edition, hughes hallet @Zarkon ty. what about part b
Funny, I have that book
there are an infinte number of 1/2's you are adding up...therefore the sum is infinity
This was 9.3 #46 hero.
Zarkon is the OS version of wolfram alpha
Two more left Zarkon and I'll hopefully be able to do most of the rest on my own.
YES HE IS!
And Pippa is funny
no she's not
I was trying to be nice.
i wasn't :/ lol sorry
The series is 1/n, as n approaches infinity, it can never converge.

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