Reply Thu 12 Dec, 2013 05:08 am
The convergence of geometric series, that is
Limit as n-> infinity of the sum of 1/k^n = 1/[1-(1/k)] where |k|>1, is a righteous proof!

I first heard of it as the limit of Zeno, but later heard it as "How many angels can dance on the head of a pin?" I remember when and where I first got the logic.


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