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sec11_1
School: Florida State University
Course: MAC 2312
11.1 Sequences 1. Sequences Definition 1.1. A sequence is a function whose domain is the set of positive integers. Example 1.1. f(n) = n2 where n = 1,2,3,... Notation 1.1. The sequence f(n) = an may be written in a variety of ways. Some examples a...

Exam1Solutions
School: California State University, Fullerton
Course: MATH 302
Math 302 Modern Algebra Spring 2009 Exam 1 Solutions 1. (16 points) Prove Theorem 1.10 for positive integers: Every positive integer greater than 1 is the product of primes. This has symbolic form (∀n > 1) [n is a product of primes]. Note tha...

Homework5
School: Taylor University
Course: MATH 299
... Old Problems: 1. The integer has , digits, and its first digit is a . For how many integers & " %!& " #!!* 5 #!!* & " '!& ... 4. Find the number of different ordered quadruples of positive odd integers ...

hw2 solutions
School: Central Georgia Technical College
Course: MATH 3012
Problem. 1 Determine the number of integers of the form 2a1 3a2 5a3 7a4 9a5 11a6 13a7 15a8 , where each ai is an integer satisfying 02a1 2a2 ≤ ··· ≤ a8 ; and for i = 1, ..., 8,ai ≤ i. Each of these integers corresponds to a Catalan path f...
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MAT221 Disc Week One
School: Ashford University
Course: MAT 221
This will incorporate the following integers into my algebraic equations: ... Here I have inputted the integers according to the variable presented. ...

Homework 6 Paper  Real Analysis
School: University Of Minnesota
Course: MATH 3283W
... Assume that P a n converges to a limit L and that. for all positive integers n. We will show that it follows from these assumptions that P b n converges. ... Let a n ≥ 0 and b n > 0 for all positive integers n. Assume that limsup. and tha...

Homework 5 Paper  Real Analysis
School: University Of Minnesota
Course: MATH 3283W
... Prove: If lim f(x) = L and lim g(x) = M, then lim f(x) + g(x) = L + M (1) x→cx→cx→c. Assume that lim x→c f(x) = L and lim x→c g(x) = M. Now define a sequence (s n ) → c where s n 6= c for all positive integers n. Then the following...

formulas
School: Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Course: MATH 227
Area Sum of first N integers = n(n+1)/2 Square = a2 Sum of first N odd integers = n2 Rectangle = ab Sum of first N even integers = n(n+1) Triangle = hb/2 Longest diagonal in a Cube = a Trapezoid = (a+b)xh/2 Longest diagonal in a ...
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Homework5
School: Taylor University
Course: MATH 299
... Old Problems: 1. The integer has , digits, and its first digit is a . For how many integers & " %!& " #!!* 5 #!!* & " '!& ... 4. Find the number of different ordered quadruples of positive odd integers ...

w15a1
School: University Of Waterloo
Course: MATH 239
... 1. {3 marks} How many subsets of [20] consists of 2 or 3 odd integers, and any number of even integers? Solution. There ...

3.2 Proving Existential Statements I
School: California State University, Fullerton
Course: MATH 280
... 1. An integer n is composite provided that there exist positive integers r and s such that n = rs and r \= 1 and s \= 1. Write out the two parts of a proof ...

Solutions to Problem Set J
School: University Of Toronto, Mississauga
Course: MAT 102F
MAT102F  Introduction to Mathematical Proofs  UTM  Fall 2012 Solutions to Selected Problems from Problem Set J 1. To show that the set of all integers which are divisible by 3 is countable, we construct a bijection from to that set as ...
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sec11_1
School: Florida State University
Course: MAC 2312
11.1 Sequences 1. Sequences Definition 1.1. A sequence is a function whose domain is the set of positive integers. Example 1.1. f(n) = n2 where n = 1,2,3,... Notation 1.1. The sequence f(n) = an may be written in a variety of ways. Some examples a...

Exam1Solutions
School: California State University, Fullerton
Course: MATH 302
Math 302 Modern Algebra Spring 2009 Exam 1 Solutions 1. (16 points) Prove Theorem 1.10 for positive integers: Every positive integer greater than 1 is the product of primes. This has symbolic form (∀n > 1) [n is a product of primes]. Note tha...

hw2 solutions
School: Central Georgia Technical College
Course: MATH 3012
Problem. 1 Determine the number of integers of the form 2a1 3a2 5a3 7a4 9a5 11a6 13a7 15a8 , where each ai is an integer satisfying 02a1 2a2 ≤ ··· ≤ a8 ; and for i = 1, ..., 8,ai ≤ i. Each of these integers corresponds to a Catalan path f...

sumtwosquares
School: McGill University
Course: MATH 235
SUMS OF TWO SQUARES PETE L. CLARK 1. Sums of two squares We would now like to use the rather algebraic theory we have developed to solve a purely Diophantine problem: which integers n are the sum of two squares? The relevance of the Gaussian integ...
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Exam 2 Solutions
School: California State University, Fullerton
Course: MATH 280
... p(m, n) : m + n is odd where the domain for m and n is the set Z of integers. ... 3. (20 points) Prove: For all even integers m and n, 4(m2 + n2). ...

Math 417 Exam 1 Study Guide
School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Course: MATH 417
... You should: 1. Know basic arithmetic: decide divisibility, find gcd of two integers a and b and express it in the form sa + tb. ...

math301Spr14FinalAns
School: University Of Washington
Course: MATH 301
... Final Exam June 11, 2014 Solutions 1. Prove that the product of three consecutive integers is divisible by 60 if the middle integer is a perfect square. ... Suppose 16 = 5a + 7b + 13c where a, b and c are nonnegative integers. ...

Solutions to midterm2
School: George Washington University
Course: MATH 1007
... Reminder: The Hill method uses geometric rounding, rounding numbers x between integers m and m+1 down to m if and only if x is less than the square root of m(m+1). The Dean method uses harmonic rounding, rounding numbers x ...