Just to make sure, I am pretty sure that I am right but
Provided
Here is how I decided upon that
Now let
and as
so
So
Something seems wrong
Could someone verify this? This is for something I don't want to make a factual error on. Thanks in advance
Two more things, is it safe to say the following, are therea any caveats?
and if converges then converges as well
I am pretty dang sure, but never hurts to check
Just to make sure I am not misuderstood
I know that
if
then
But I remember reading this assertion somewhere, I know it has pitfalls, but what are the restrictions
the more and more I think about it, the more I think its completely incorrect except at the few exceptions
Thanks EmptySet, But I should think you would know me a little better than that...I do know the bounds of cosine and its unboundedness in the complex plane, what I am saying is that if I said this in a formal setting would it be held as true, does the exponent change anything? I know that for a tau of even parity we have that
and for odd parity
So can what I said be completely true, or is there a caveat I must include, I do not think so but I should be safe