Having established that:
and:
we may write:
Since all values are positive, we may multiply down. What do you get?
d) Having established that:
this implies:
Now, let:
What does this say about ?
Hi, I was wondering how to solve these 2 questions:
c) use the proof from part a) and d) [e^x=>x+1 and (1+1)(1+1/2)...(1+1/n)=n+1] to prove that e^(1+1/2+1/3+...+1/n)>n
d) Find a value of n for which 1+1/2+1/3+...+1/n>100
You don't have to provide the entire answer, but some hints or part of the work would be nice.
Thanks in advance!