This question won't take long to answer but I just don't get it... . Use this result to find upper and lower bounds for S. And the answer (which is in the back of the book) gives... How did they get this?
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Originally Posted by larson This question won't take long to answer but I just don't get it... . Use this result to find upper and lower bounds for S. And the answer (which is in the back of the book) gives... How did they get this? What?! what is S? you need to give us more information
Originally Posted by Jhevon What?! what is S? you need to give us more information Sorry, thats why I was confused also! But then I guess it says refer to example 7. Example 7 is... Which they then group up like this...
Hello, I've got doubts on it... It seems that your series is : Unless I typed it wrong, is not 14 etc
Hi I thinks it is As is alternating, (1) and has the sign of (2) Substituting in (1) gives Then, Hence, We also have thanks to (2) whence, .
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