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We research numerous generalizaions of the AGM persisted fraction of Ramanujan encouraged by means of a sequence of modern articles during which the validity of the AGM relation and the area of convergence of the ongoing fraction have been decided for sure complicated parameters [2, three, 4]. A learn of the AGM endured fraction is akin to an research of the convergence of definite distinction equations and the soundness of dynamical platforms. utilizing the matrix analytical instruments constructed in [4]. we make sure the convergence homes of deterministic, and stochastic distinction equations and so divergence in their corresponding endured fractions.

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