# Show that { Aj } is defined by Aj = A + 1/2 + . . . 1/j (where j=1,2,3,...) is divergent. How to prove this?

• Show that { Aj } is defined by Aj = A + 1/2 + . . . 1/j (where j=1,2,3,...) is divergent. How to prove this?

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