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Topic: Limit question
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RSimmons

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Limit question
Posted: Mar 17, 2009 5:15 AM
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Hi! I need some hint for this: if a_n is a non-negative sequence converging to a finite constant c >= 0 then

(a_n)^p/sum_i=1^n (a_i)^p = O(1/n), n -> infinity

with p > 0. My goal is to remove the assumption: a_n is decreasing.

Thanks,
RSimmons



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