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By Theodore S Chihara, Mathematics

ISBN-10: 0677041500

ISBN-13: 9780677041506

Topics contain the illustration theorem and distribution capabilities, persevered fractions and chain sequences, the recurrence formulation and homes of orthogonal polynomials, designated features, and a few particular structures of orthogonal polynomials. a variety of examples and workouts, an intensive bibliography, and a desk of recurrence formulation complement the text.

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B) nþ1 2 3 4 5 ðn 3 ; À 4 ; 5 ; À 6 ; . . ; ðÀ1Þ þ 1Þ=ðn þ 2Þ; . . ðcÞ 1; À3; 5; À7; . . ; ðÀ1ÞnÀ1 ð2n À 1Þ; . . ðdÞ 1; 4; 1; 16; 1; 36; . . ; n1þðÀ1Þn ; . . CHAP. 2] Ans. 51. 37 SEQUENCES 1 3 ; À1; 0; 0 (a) ðbÞ 1; À1; 1; À1 ðcÞ none, none, þ1, À1 (d) none, 1; þ1; 1 Prove that a bounded sequence fun g is convergent if and only if lim un ¼ lim un . 52. Find the sum of the series 1 À Á X 2 n 3 . 2 Ans. 53. Evaluate 1 X ðÀ1ÞnÀ1 =5n . Ans. 1 6 n¼1 1 X 1 1 1 1 1 þ þ þ þ ÁÁÁ ¼ ¼ 1. 1Á2 2Á3 3Á4 4Á5 nðn þ 1Þ n¼1 Hint: !

In such cases it is customary to write x ! þ1 (or 1) or x ! À1, respectively. We say that lim f ðxÞ ¼ l, or f ðxÞ ! l as x ! þ1 positive number N (depending on in general) such that j f ðxÞ À lj < whenever x > N. deﬁnition can be formulated for lim f ðxÞ. À1 SPECIAL LIMITS 1. 2. 3. , in a neighborhood of x0 ). The function f is called continuous at x ¼ x0 if lim f ðxÞ ¼ f ðx0 Þ. x0 which must be met in order that f ðxÞ be continuous at x ¼ x0 . 1. lim f ðxÞ ¼ l must exist. x0 2. , f ðxÞ is deﬁned at x0 .

1 þ cot2 x ¼ csc2 x y ¼ secÀ1 x ¼ cosÀ1 1=x; ð0 @ y @ Þ ð f Þ y ¼ cotÀ1 x ¼ =2 À tanÀ1 x; ð0 < y < Þ Hyperbolic functions are deﬁned in terms of exponential functions as follows. These functions may be interpreted geometrically, much as the trigonometric functions but with respect to the unit hyperbola. ðaÞ ðbÞ ðcÞ ex À eÀx 2 ex þ eÀx cosh x ¼ 2 sinh x ex À eÀx ¼ tanh x ¼ cosh x ex þ eÀx sinh x ¼ 1 2 ¼ sinh x ex À eÀx 1 2 ¼ ðeÞ sech x ¼ cosh x ex þ eÀx cosh x ex þ eÀx ¼ ð f Þ coth x ¼ sinh x ex À eÀx ðdÞ csch x ¼ The following are some properties of these functions: 1 À tanh2 x ¼ sech2 x cosh2 x À sinh2 x ¼ 1 sinhðx Æ yÞ ¼ sinh x cosh y Æ cosh x sinh y coth2 x À 1 ¼ csch2 x sinhðÀxÞ ¼ À sinh x coshðx Æ yÞ ¼ cosh x cosh y Æ sinh x sinh y tanh x Æ tanh y tanhðx Æ yÞ ¼ 1 Æ tanh x tanh y coshðÀxÞ ¼ cosh x tanhðÀxÞ ¼ À tanh x CHAP.

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