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378], but I don’t know any other sources for it. 1) + sin(c − f ) sin(c − g) sin(c − h) sin( f − a) sin( f − b) sin( f − c) + sin(c − a) sin(c − b) sin( f − g) sin( f − h) + sin(g − a) sin(g − b) sin(g − c) sin(h − a) sin(h − b) sin(h − c) + = 0. sin(g − f ) sin(g − h) sin(h − f ) sin(h − g) This follows (he said, still quoting Glaisher) since the first three terms add up to sin(a + b + c − f − g − h), and the last three to sin( f + g + h − a − b − c). He noted that Glaisher made these assertions sans d´emonstration at a conference in Reims in 1880.
There are a number of interesting exercises involving quasi-Cauchy sequences that can be given to undergraduate analysis or topology students: 1. Suppose that f is uniformly continuous on some interval I . Prove that the image under f of any quasi-Cauchy sequence in I is quasi-Cauchy. 2. Suppose that xn and yn are quasi-Cauchy sequences of real numbers. Prove or give a counterexample to the claim that the product sequence xn yn is also quasi-Cauchy. 3. Prove that a sequence xn of real numbers is Cauchy if and only if every subsequence is quasi-Cauchy.
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