Well,
Now if , Then .
Since where k is a finite number(you are just adding up a finite number of terms so you get a finite number).
. So converges.
It should be pretty straightforward.
Hi, I have an issues with solving this problem.
Let the summation of a_{n} from n=1 to infinity be a series and let m be in the natural numbers. Show that the summation of a_{n} from n=1 to infinity converges IFF the summation of a_{m+n} from n=1 to infinity converges, and that (the summation of a_{n} from n=1 to infinity) = S_{m} + (the summation of a_{m+n} from n=1 to infinity converges).
I understand that this problem is basically telling you to prove the properties of the Tails of series, but I'm not sure how I would go about proving it. And sorry for all the long typing for all the summation things, I don't know how to type it out the proper way.
Hi thanks for responding. However, it says also to prove (the summation of an from n=1 to infinity) = Sm + (the summation of am+n from n=1 to infinity converges), which is basically what you wrote for the first line, so I feel like the answer you provided is incomplete. And sorry if this is a misguided response, but I'm still very lost in the whole field of real analysis still. so sorry and thank you.