# Relation between series and important means.

AbstractIn this paper, we obtain the relation between Logarithmic mean, Identric mean with series and pth - Logarithmic mean, Generalized power type Heron mean with Convolution product of sequences

2000 Mathematics Subject Classification: 26D15. 26D10.

Key words: Logarithmic mean, Identric mean, Z-transform and convolution.

1. Introduction

For positive numbers a and b, Let

[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1.1)

[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1.2)

Let a, b > 0, k is a natural number and r is a real number, then the generalized power type Heron mean [H.sub.r](a,b,k) can be written as

[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1.3)

Let a, b > 0, p [not equal to] 0,-1, then pth - Logarithmic mean [L.sub.p] (a,b) can be written as

[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1.4)

are respectively called the logarithmic mean, Heron mean, pth - Logarithmic mean and generalized power type Heron mean(see [2, 3, 5, 6, 7]).

Definition 1. [1] Let f(n), g(n) are two sequences defined for the discrete values of n = 0,1,2,..... Then convolution product of f(n) and g(n) is denoted by f(n) * g(n) and defined as

f (n) * g(n) = [n.summation over (m=0)] f(m).g(n - m). (1.5)

2. Main Results

Lemma 1. Let [a.sup.n], [b.sup.n] be two sequences then [a.sup.n] * [b.sup.n] = [a.sup.n+1] - [b.sup.n+1]/a - b.

Proof:

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Theorem 1. Let a, b > 0, p [not equal to] 0, -1 (is an integer) and a [not equal to] b, the corresponding sequences are {[a.sup.p]},{[b.sup.p]} then [L.sub.p](a,b) = [(([a.sup.p] * [b.sup.p])/p + 1).sup.1/p].

Proof: From (1. 4), we have

[L.sub.p] = [L.sub.p](a,b) = [([a.sup.p+1] - [b.sup.p+1]/(p + 1)(a - b)).sup.1/p] for a [not equal to] b (2.1)

and by lemma.1,

[a.sup.p] * [b.sup.p] = [a.sup.p+1] - [b.sup.p+1]/a - b. (2.2)

Substitute (2.2) in (2.1), we obtain, [L.sub.p](a,b) = [(([a.sup.p] * [b.sup.p])/p + 1).sup.1/p]

Theorem 2. Let a, b > 0, r [not equal to] 0, k [not equal to] -1 (is an integer) and b a [not equal to], the corresponding sequences are {[A.sup.k]}, {[B.sup.k]} (where A = [a.sup.r/k], B = [b.sup.r/k]),

then [H.sub.r](a,b;k) = [(([A.sup.k] * [B.sup.k])/k + 1).sup.1/r].

Proof: From (1.3) we have

[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (2.3)

Let us denote A = [a.sup.r/k] and B = [b.sup.r/k]

= ([A.sup.(k+1)] - [B.sup.(k+1)]/(k+1)(A - B))1/r for A [not equal to] B, r [not equal to] o

and by lemma 1, for A = [a.sup.r/k] and B = [b.sup.r/k]. Where r/k is an integer

[A.sup.k] * [B.sup.k] = [A.sup.k+1] - [B.sup.k+1]/A - B. (2.4)

Substitute (2.4) in (2.3), we obtain, [H.sub.r](a,b;k) = [([A.sup.k] * [B.sup.k])/k+1).sup.1/r]

Theorem 3. Logarithmic mean is monotonically increasing for a > [e.sup.n+1] > b [greater than or equal to] 1.

Proof: Let f (n) = [[infinity].summation over (n=1)] [(ln a).sup.n] - [(ln b).sup.n]/n! (ln a - ln b), provided a, b.

Consider

(n+1)th term of f (n) - nth term of f(n) = [(ln a).sup.n+1] - [(ln b).sup.n+1]/(n+1)! (ln a - ln b) - [(ln a).sup.n] - [(ln b).sup.n]/n! (ln a - ln b)

Denote ln a = A, ln b = B.

(n+1)th term f(n) - nth term f(n) = [(A).sup.n+1] - [(B).sup.n+1]/(n + 1)! (A - B) - [(A).sup.n] - [(B).sup.n]/n! (A - B)

= 1/(n+1)!(A - B) [[A.sup.n](A - (n+1))+[B.sup.n]((n+1) - B)]

Since a > b [greater than or equal to] 1,

We have ln a > ln b [greater than or equal to] 0, [A.sup.n] >0, [B.sup.n] [greater than or equal to]0. A - (n+1)>0,

[??] ln a>(n+1)

[??] a > [e.sup.n+1]

Similarly (n+1) - B >0,

[??] (n+1) > ln b

[??] [e.sup.n+1] >b

That is (n+1)th term of f(n) - nth term of f(n) is positive provided a > [e.sup.n+1] > b[greater than or equal to] 1.

Hence f (n) is increasing monotonically for a > [e.sup.n+1] > b > 1.

From (1.1) we have, L [a, b] = a - b/ln a - ln b when a [not equal to] b

Let a = [e.sup.x], b = [e.sup.Y] (see [4])

when [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

Since f (n) is increasing.

Hence Logarithmic mean is monotonically increasing for a > [e.sup.n+1] > b [greater than or equal to] 1

Theorem 4. The function g (n) = [[infinity].summation over (n=1)] [(ln a).sup.n] - [(ln b).sup.n]/a - b is increasing monotonically for a > e > b [greater than or equal to] 1.

Proof: Let g (n) = [[infinity].summation over (n=1)] [(ln a).sup.n] - [(ln b).sup.n]/a - b, provided a [not equal to] b [not equal to] 1.

Consider

(n+1)th term of g (n) - nth term of g(n) = [(ln a).sup.n+1] - [(ln b).sup.n+1]/a - b - [(ln a).sup.n] - [(ln b).sup.n]/ a - b

Let us denote ln a = A, ln b = B.

(n+1)th term g(n) - nth term g(n) = [(A).sup.n+1] - [(B).sup.n+1]/a - b - [(A).sup.n] - [(B).sup.n]/a - b

= [[A.sup.n](A - 1)+ [B.sup.n](1 - B)/a - b]

Since a > b [greater than or equal to] 1,

We have ln a > ln b [greater than or equal to] 0, [A.sup.n] > 0, [B.sup.n] [greater than or equal to] 0. (A - 1)>0,

[??] ln a > 1

[??] a > e

Similarly 1 - B >0,

[??] 1 > ln b

[??] e > b

That is (n+1)th term of g(n) - nth term of g(n) is positive provided a > e > b [greater than or equal to] 1. Hence g(n) is increasing monotonically for a > e > b [greater than or equal to] 1.

Remark: 1. From (1.2), we have

I (a, b) = e (a(ln a-1)-b(ln b-1)/a - b) when a [not equal to] b

(n+1)th term of g(n) - nth term of g(n) = [(ln a).sup.n](ln a - 1) + [(ln b).sup.n](1 - ln b)/a - b

If [(ln a).sup.n] = a, [(ln b).sup.n] = b

ie [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

then (n+1)th term of g(n) - nth term of g(n) = (a(ln a-1)-b(ln b-1)/a - b) = ln I [(a, b)] that is exp {(n+1)th term of g(n) - nth term of g(n)} is Identric mean.

Remark: 2. From (1.1), we have

L (a,b) = a - b/ln a - ln b for a [not equal to] b.

and the first term of the series f(n) = ln a - ln b/a - b for a [not equal to] b.

we observe that reciprocal of the first term of g(n) is Logarithmic mean.

Remark: 3. let

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is positive for [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

i.e., [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

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V. Lokesha (1) and K.M. Nagaraja (2)

(1) Department of Mathematics Acharya Institute of Technology, Soldevanahalli, Bangalore-90, Karnataka. India E-mail: lokiv@yahoo.com

(2) Department of Mathematics Sri Krishna Institute of Technology, Chickabanavara, Bangalore-90, Karnataka. India E-mail: kmn_2406@yahoo.co.in

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Author: | Lokesha, V.; Nagaraja, K.M. |
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Publication: | Advances in Theoretical and Applied Mathematics |

Article Type: | Report |

Geographic Code: | 9INDI |

Date: | May 1, 2007 |

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