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We are then operating in Sec. 1 Convergent Sequences the space RI-x,'- [CI-x,'-], Euclidean space with the k2 coordinates arranged in k rows and k columns. By Theorem 1, that is equivalent to convergence of the corresponding entries. Note that, if An converges to A and Bn converges to B, then the matrix product AnBn converges to AB. The proof is as in part (ii) of the last lemma: I AB --- AnBnI < I A I I B -- BnI + I A -- AnI I BnI- We have used here the complex version of Theorem 5 of Chapter 1: ISTI

Complex Numbers The complex number system is (essentially) obtained by adjoining to the real number system a square root for the number -1. The enlarged "system" has (in one sense) less structure, because the ordering of the real numbers does not extend to an ordering of the complex numbers. But, the complex system is richer in ways which make it indispensable for understanding parts of mathematics. For instance, we obtain complex numbers by introducing a zero for the polynomial x2 +I ; but it turns out that every non-constant polynomial with real (or even complex) coefficients has a zero in the set of complex numbers.

If the sequence {sn} is not bounded, it does not converge and so the infinite series diverges. The two possibilities for a series with non-negative terms are conveniently described by the notation E Xn < oo (convergence) n E Xn = 00 (divergence). n EXAMPLE 6. 4) -}- (3 -+- -6 -}- 7 - -9 - .. shows that the 2nth partial sum exceeds (n + 1)1. There are several ways to show that the second series converges. 15) 1+ + 1+ ... +. 1 <2 9 n2 - 1 n It then follows that n 1 n2 C2. 15), the monotone convergence theorem guarantees that the series converges, but it does not tell us what the sum of the series is.