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Topic: Does (1-a)^m has a limit ?
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Vanni Guarnieri

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Does (1-a)^m has a limit ?
Posted: Dec 13, 1996 4:26 AM
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Hi to all,

just to refresh my old calculus course: given the infinite sum of
(1-a)^m (a<1), what can I say about ? More precisely:

For a<1 the does the sum converges ?

What is the limit (as a function of a, of course) ?

The condition a<1 is necessary or sufficient (or both) for the
convergence ?


Any suggestion will be very appreciated

Best regards

vanni guarnieri





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