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hey can someone please help me with this problem integral infinity to 1 (2+cosx)/x^2

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integrate from 0 to t then take limit as t goes to infinity..
how can i do this problem using the comparison test
Ah, series... let me google it, *sigh* seems like I can never escape them, have always been bad at them..

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So lets see: I was reading a tutorial here: and it seems we will have to split this into two integrals: integral infinity to 1 2/x^2 + integral infinity to 1 cosx/x^2
ughh, im tryin to solve the first integral, calculator is showing me that its -2, intuition tells me its 2.
can u try yahoo answers? cuz I honestly dont know how to solve this.. I can solve it the regular way i guess, but not with a comparison test...

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