Guest wrote:No need to read your paper, the limit of a sum is the sum of limits, and obviously the equation I wrote is perfectly correct, and obviously both limits are infinite, and the +1 is still correct. I don't know why you send me to some paper other than you don't know what to reply. Apparently you don't accept Mathematician rules, but you want Mathematician to accept yours which allows you to wrongly claim a proof you don't have.
And for your other remark, you just didn't use the right formula at 19:11. The right formula is the one from proposition 4 in Sontacchi. The one you took at 19:11 is the one from proposition 7 which is only valid for numbers reaching 1, which is obvious in the preceding minutes of the video where you constructed your formula from 1. You should use [tex]A_i-B_i=2^{v_m}u^n(x)[/tex] at 14:28, because when you set [tex]u^n(x)=1[/tex], you already limit all your subsequent formulas to numbers already reaching 1, as I already mentioned. And proving that numbers reaching 1 reaches 1 makes no sense.
Guest wrote:Uhhh????
So for you this simple equation [tex]\lim_{x \to \infty}(x+1)=(\lim_{x \to \infty}x)+1[/tex] does not exists? or one of the limit is not infinite?
Man...seriously?
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