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Plotting an infinite sequence of points
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Greetings!
I'm trying to plot an infinite sequence of points but somehow the command that I use returns me an undefined product.
Here's the command: Sequence((3)/(n^(3))(2)/(n^(2))+(1)/(n),n,1,infty). So I'm using the command of a sequence where I can specify the expression, variable and starting and ending values. I believe the problem lies in "infty", but I'm not sure. Maybe I'm only allowed to write finite values in the starting and ending entries.
So how do I plot this infinite sequence?
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Indeed inf is not allowed. Use e.g. 100 and you'll get a sequence of numbers. But speaking of plotting, numbers cannot be plotted. So you need (x,y) coördinates instead of numbers.
chris
Instead of an infinite sequence for this expression you can create a function.
Functions allow infinity and also the command Asymptote()
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