More precisely, a series is said to converge conditionally if exists and is a real number (not ∞ or −∞), but
A classical example is given by
which converges to Ln 2, but is not absolutely convergent (see Harmonic series).
The simplest examples of conditionally convergent series (including the one above) are the alternating series.
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