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    Divergent Help

    I need someone to help me with the following:

    A-B=N, where A, B, and N diverge, but A does not equal N, and B does not equal N.

    Is it possible to prove that N/B diverges/ converges?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rman144 View Post
    I need someone to help me with the following:

    A-B=N, where A, B, and N diverge, but A does not equal N, and B does not equal N.

    Is it possible to prove that N/B diverges/ converges?
    Please provide a clearer description of your question. The only plausible interpretation I can put on this would make it a series or sequence question wich would be belong in either the calculus or discrete forums and not in number theory.

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