What is the relationship between the Cauchy Criterion for sequences and Cauchy Criterion for series?
The Cauchy Criterion for a sequence states that for EVERY epsilon > 0, there exists an N a natural number such than for n,m > N
The Key thing to remember is that a series is a sequence of partial sums
The Cauchy Crterion for a series states that for EVERY epsilon > 0, there exists an N a natural number such than for n,m > N
but what is this exactly? Well
These are both members of the sequence of partial sums
Now since we are talking about a sequence(of partial sums) we can use the Cauchy Criterion for sequences.
I hope this clears it up.
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