# Numerical Analysis 1993 (Pitman Research Notes in

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Proof: Let S = {x ∈ [a, b]: f (x) < γ } Then S = ∅ since a ∈ S. For examples, we must turn to the sciences. It would take somewhat longer to pass a geometric sequence with a higher constant, but it will always overtake a geometric sequence eventually, when n is sufficiently larger than the constant ratio of the geometric sequence. An element of a set may or may not be a set itself. We intend to manipulate the function F in such a fashion that we will be able to solve for the coefﬁcients a j.

Pages: 292

Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (March 24, 1994)

ISBN: 058222568X

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