Then by using integration by parts,
Setting m = 2n, and using this repeatedly gives an expression for the integral:
Where the general term is
I saw this problem in another forum yesterday. Here's another solution:
Let Now let and the integral becomes let and the integral becomes let and the integral becomes
Now the limit becomes Finally, by Dominated Convergence Theorem the limit equals
:eek:Dominated convergence theorem!!
What is this Dominated convergence theorem? (The wiki article is greek to me, with "measure spaces" (Crying))
Can you,please, state the conditions and the theorem and illustrate an interesting example case where this theorem is powerful?
See in MathLinks forum, I learnt it from there.
For my future reference:
Originally Posted by jmerry
It basically means if you cannot pass the limit through because of possible pointwise convergence.
If uniformly it is okay, but Krizalid also passes the limit to the term getting in the upper limit.