Abel's inequality


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Abel's inequality

[′ä·bəlz ‚in·ē′kwäl·i·dē]
(mathematics)
An inequality which states that the absolute value of the sum of n terms, each in the form ab, where the b 's are positive numbers, is not greater than the product of the largest b with the largest absolute value of a partial sum of the a 's.