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Then, for any arbitrary +a + + \a \, -\ark-«„ -af+ar\&\a + t-ar\+\a r pl^ l«r\> ii .. = = .... . = bm , = 1 and /> bp = — Iif p> m. '' m have ~'' ~ P an ap («,*„) = ( a , . •••» a „ . | » 1 1) and d a n therefore Arithmetic 41 (a„A„) = ((a, a , -- 1l ,, .... aM _, - 1 , 0, .... 00)) G N. ,-l, sequence (bj is a Cauchy one. If p, q>N(L), q>N(±), i \I* b p -b i>\I = II — -- —* II ' a p a i then -wfh K~flJ ^ 22 ,. 22 , i„ \a _„ -a |I.

LLet e t bbe e *s>>AN(-) ' ( i . ) sso that 2) we have | ap -aq \ <-. | a | > e may exist. For all p, q> N(N(L) |aj^e. Then, for any arbitrary +a + + \a \, -\ark-«„ -af+ar\&\a + t-ar\+\a r pl^ l«r\> ii .. = = .... . = bm , = 1 and /> bp = — Iif p> m. '' m have ~'' ~ P an ap («,*„) = ( a , . •••» a „ . | » 1 1) and d a n therefore Arithmetic 41 (a„A„) = ((a, a , -- 1l ,, .... aM _, - 1 , 0, .... 00)) G N. ,-l, sequence (bj is a Cauchy one.

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