Hello,
can someone prove this to me as.
Any help would help save thier hair I have not torn out as yet.
If
are sequences of real number ,n>m then:
Where
is the partial sum of sequence
Thanks for any help
Hello,
can someone prove this to me as.
Any help would help save thier hair I have not torn out as yet.
If
are sequences of real number ,n>m then:
Where
is the partial sum of sequence
Thanks for any help
We seek to prove that for arbitary sequences and ,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