4/3 How do you solve:
1) summation of 1/n where n = (1 to infinity)
2) summation of 1/n^2 where n = (1 to infinity)
THIS IS A SERIOUS QUESTION, THANKS!!!
\_ If you sum from 1 to infinity
instead, the first one, at least, still diverges to infinity.
\_THANKS! How do you solve by induction w/base case?
\_ Is your homework due at 5 PM?
\_ Already due. Actually I'm at work and I don't have my
calculus book.
\_ I'm trying to solve the interview question: How do you write a
program that can randomly and evenly pick ANY line in a huge text
file, in one parse, where you have very little memory? |