```Date: Oct 3, 2017 5:48 PM
Author: bursejan@gmail.com
Subject: Re: The objects that Newton played with were called infinite series<br> but had ZERO to do with infinity. The name infinite series is a misnomer.

I didn't say the product has a limit, wheredid I write this? Can you show me? Whatare you bragging about?Is this your parrot touret syndrom, postingshit over other peoples posts?Am Dienstag, 3. Oktober 2017 23:39:00 UTC+2 schrieb John Gabriel:> On Tuesday, 3 October 2017 17:35:54 UTC-4, burs...@gmail.com  wrote:> > Can you make an example, where I cannot form> > the partial sums of s*t, despite that s or t, > > is not convergent?> > You may form the product Birdbrains, but it has no meaning. What part of that is still overwhelming your birdbrain circuits?> > > > > Do you understand what we mean by formally> > multiplying?> > Chuckle. It means you having a vasectomy as soon as possible. The world cannot afford to have another BIG MORON like you!  Hurry and do it soon! > > > > > P.S.: I am refering to your claim:> > So whats your example?> > > > > On Saturday, 30 September 2017 13:42:44 UTC-5, burs...@gmail.com  wrote:> > > > Formally you can multiply two series, even if they> > > > are not coverging.> > > Tsk, tsk. No. You cannot do infino-sero arithmetic with > > > series that do not converge. Period. > > > > Am Dienstag, 3. Oktober 2017 23:30:02 UTC+2 schrieb John Gabriel:> > > On Tuesday, 3 October 2017 17:15:59 UTC-4, burs...@gmail.com  wrote:> > > > Can you make an example, where two series cannot> > > > be multiplied formally, independent of their> > > > convergence?> > > > > > Birdbrains.  It makes no sense to multiply any two series unless they both converge. The idea is that you are multiplying the LIMITs by multiplying the partial sums.> > > > > > YOU BIG MOOOOOOROOOOOOON!!!!
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