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can someone hlep me with this math problem? serie : an=(alpha*n)/(n+1), n>=1 (alpha is from R-real number). I must determine if the series is monotone and bouded thank you very much

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\[a _{n}=\frac{ \alpha*n }{ n+1 },n \ge1, \]\[, \alpha \in \mathbb{R}\]
we would be glad to help but please post in the math group :)
i m very sorry i didn t know how to find the groups section so i assumed that this is a general thread, thank you. i now noticed the url and found out that in am in the feedback group for the website, sorry again

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No worries, but I'm gonna close this Q since it's in the wrong group.
yup, no problem, please do so, before that i want to ask you a stupid question where i can find the math group, it seems i can t figure it out, i am sory for the troubles created
No apologies necessary, and welcome to OpenStudy! http://openstudy.com/study#/groups/Mathematics
Thank you very much

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