Year of Award

1968

Document Type

Thesis

College

College of Arts and Sciences

Degree Name

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Department

Math and Computer Science

Abstract

What I have presented in this paper is in itself only a brief introduction into the topic of infinite series. The subject can become much more involved when one gets into such areas as double and multiple series (which resemble matrices in many aspects), matrix or series transformations, etc. I did not go into these concepts and many other concepts because it would make my topic too broad and because these concepts are much more complicated theories which I don't feel most mathematics majors would use again—either in many of" their more advanced mathematics courses or, especially, in their future jobs. As a result I have limited myself to general definitions and to basic concepts which I feel every mathematics major should knew for his own personal knowledge and possible for use in his future job.

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