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32 Use summation by parts to show that if Z is a complex number with Izi = 1, Z i= 1, then L~l ~ converges. 33 Let X be a random variable with values 1, ... ,n. (a) Let Pi be the probability that X = i, let fl, = L7=1 iPi be the mean value of X, and let qi = LJ=i Pj be the probability that X ~ i. Use summation by parts to show that fl, = L7=1 qi· (b) Suppose that you draw one card at a time from a standard deck of 52 cards (without replacement) until you get an ace. Let X count the number of draws needed.
4'). (b) Find one solution ofEq. 4). This simplification is identical to that for linear differential equations. To analyze the first problem, we need some definitions. 1. The set of functions (Ul(t),'" ,um(t)} is "linearly dependent" on the set t = a, a + 1, ... if there are constants Cl,'" ,Cm , not all zero, so that for t = a, a + 1, .... " 52 CHAPTER 3. 6. The functions 2t , t2 t , and t22t are linearly independent on every set t = a, a + 1, ... , for if (t = a, a + 1,···), then (t = a, a + 1, ...
46 Show that B3(t) = t 3 - ~t2 + it. 47 Show that Bk(O) = Bk(1) for k =j:. 1. 48 Show that B2i+! 49 Prove that ~ 1. fd Bk(t) dt = 0 for k ~ 1. ::l ;2. 52 Prove that Bk(t) = (_l)k Bk(1 - t) for all k and all t. 53 Give an estimate for Lt~! k! 10 with m = 1 to obtain the estimate nIl L:~logn+- k=l k 2n and show that the error is less than A. 7 +-, l2n 2 12 - 1 42 CHAPTER 2. (X2) + ... (x)dx = h - - 2 where h = Xk - Xk-l for k = 2, ... ,n, and IE(h)1 2 :s Ch 2 for some constant C. Chapter 3 Linear Difference Equations In this rather long chapter, we examine a special class of difference equations, the socalled linear equations.