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david
01/23/06 01:39am

HarmonicNumber[i] is defined to be:
1 + 1/2 + 1/3 + 1/4 + ... + 1/i

but it works also for fractions and irrational numbers,
and might be returned as the result of different integrals.
what is its mathematical definition, then?

Thanks!

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HarmonicNumber[i] = ? (for irrationals) david 01/23/06 01:39am
Re: HarmonicNumber[i] = ? (for irrationals) yehuda ben-s... 01/24/06 07:29am
Re: HarmonicNumber[i] = ? (for irrationals) Thies 01/24/06 09:25am
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