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which of the following is true statement ?
a. a finite series has no sum
b. any finite series has a sum
c. some infinite arithmetic series have a sum
d. all infinite arithmetic series have a sum

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  1. since arithmetic series have a constant difference, they cannot have a finite sum. The differences have to get smaller and smaller for that to happen.

    So, what do you think?

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  2. So the answer is A ?

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  3. sigh
    Nope. B -- you are adding a finite number of values. of course it has a sum!

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  4. Which of the following statements is true?
    a. Any infinite series has a sum
    b. A series has no sum if it is finite
    c. An infinite arithmetic series has sum.
    d. Not all infinite geometric series has sum.

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