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# Stolz-Cesaro theorem

Let $(a_{n})_{{n\geq 1}}$ and $(b_{n})_{{n\geq 1}}$ be two sequences of real numbers. If $b_{n}$ is positive, strictly increasing and unbounded and the following limit exists:

$\lim_{{n\rightarrow\infty}}\frac{a_{{n+1}}-a_{n}}{b_{{n+1}}-b_{n}}=l$ |

Then the limit:

$\lim_{{n\rightarrow\infty}}\frac{a_{n}}{b_{n}}$ |

also exists and it is equal to $l$.

Keywords:

convergence,sequence,limit

Related:

CesaroMean, ExampleUsingStolzCesaroTheorem, KroneckersLemma

Type of Math Object:

Theorem

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## Mathematics Subject Classification

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