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The method applies to sums of the form
where the b and z are complex numbers and ν runs over a range of integers. There are two main results, depending on the size of the complex numbers z.
Turán's first theorem
The first result applies to sums sν where for all n. For any range of ν of length N, say ν = M + 1, ..., M + N, there is some ν with |sν| at least c(M, N)|s0| where
The sum here may be replaced by the weaker but simpler .
We may deduce the Fabry gap theorem from this result.
Turán's second theorem
The second result applies to sums sν where for all n. Assume that the z are ordered in decreasing absolute value and scaled so that |z1| = 1. Then there is some ν with
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