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    Unhappy Sequences,series

    Let asubn and bsubn be a sequence of positive real numbers.suppose that there exists a positive real number K such that
    limit when n goes to infinity from asubn/bsubn =K
    Prove that sum from n=1 to infinity from asubn converges iff sum from n=1 to infinity from bsubn converges.
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    someone asked this exact question earlier, heres what I told them:

    Check corollary 6.16:

    The Comparison Test
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