Hi, I think I have an idea on how to solve a sequence problem but I could be going badly wrong. To verify if I used the right method I will ask somebody to help me with this question from Multivariable Calculus 6th Edition by James Stewart.
You have to find if {arctan 2n} converges, and if it converges to find its limit.
Do I have to find the limit of 0.218n + 0.889? The decimals are approximate so I don't think this could be it.
...umm, not really
you're welcomeThank you.
yes. but call it adv calc 2. the 5 makes it seem hard and causes people to overestimate my abilitiesDid you pass Calculus 5?
sorry to hear that. better luck this time around. things should be easier this time. i guess i can expect to see you here regularly, huh?I failed Calculus 3 and I'm taking it over.
My real multidimensional analysis class covered:
- topology of i.e. open,closed,connectness,compactnes,...
- differenciability in , Taylor's theorem in , the general chain rule, Hessian and critical points
- the implicit function theorem
- theory of integration on a line, theory of integration in , Fubini's theorems, chain of variable - Jabocian
- line integrals, surface integrals, Green's and Divergence theorems
- Fourier series, convergence of Fourier series, theorems of which functions can be written in Fourier series