Hello,

can someone prove this to me as.

Any help would help save thier hair I have not torn out as yet. :mad:

If

are sequences of real number ,n>m then:

Where

is the partial sum of sequence

Thanks for any help :)

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- Apr 25th 2006, 12:20 PMmiss_lolittacan someone prove this
Hello,

can someone prove this to me as.

Any help would help save thier hair I have not torn out as yet. :mad:

If

are sequences of real number ,n>m then:

Where

is the partial sum of sequence

Thanks for any help :) - Apr 25th 2006, 02:12 PMCaptainBlackQuote:

Originally Posted by**miss_lolitta**

be an identity, as the LHS is independent of , while the RHS is dependent

on .

RonL - Apr 27th 2006, 07:28 AMmiss_lolitta
the relation is correct..sure

- Apr 29th 2006, 12:22 PMmiss_lolitta
Were is the proof??

- Apr 29th 2006, 12:25 PMCaptainBlackQuote:

Originally Posted by**miss_lolitta**

RonL - Apr 29th 2006, 12:29 PMmiss_lolitta
How??

- Apr 29th 2006, 01:25 PMCaptainBlackQuote:

Originally Posted by**miss_lolitta**

and the sequence of partial sums of the 's:

.

Rearranging:

Now everything on the RHS is independent of , so

is deternined by the sequence

and , and so is not an arbitary sequence,

or if it is then is not an identity.

RonL