### Sums of Generalized Harmonic Series with Periodically Repeated Numerators (a,b) and (a,a,b,b)

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This paper deals with certain generalization of the alternating harmonic series - the generalized convergent harmonic series with periodically repeated numerators (a,b) and (a,a,b,b). Firstly, we find out the value of the numerators b of the first series, for which the series converges, and determine the formula for the sum s(a) of this series. Then we determine the value of the numerators b of the second series, for which this series converges, and derive the formula for the sum s(a,a) of this second series. Finally, we verify these analytically obtained results and compute the sums of these series by using the computer algebra system Maple 16 and its basic programming language.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23755/rm.v34i0.405

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