i am taking the sum 1 + 1 + 1 + … as a way of “counting” the of natural numbers, such as the sum of catalan numbers was for trees.

the sum is s = -1/2, yet I would expect:

s ^ 2 = s (isomorphism between natural numbers and pairs)

s ^ 3 = s (isomorphism between natural numbers and triples)

etc

which would only hold in the case s = 1

anyone seeing something wrong in my approach?

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My post above was garbled, and a line was lost– in the 3rd line, I mention that the series converges for |z| smaller than 1/2, and so you cannot take the Abel limit as |z| tends to one.

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