anonymous
  • anonymous
Does the series from 5 to infinity of ((ln(n))^100)/n^(3/2) converge?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
just from looking at it i don't think so because as n increases the top becomes larger than the bottom at a very fast rate so it would go to infinity
anonymous
  • anonymous
to find out , you have to either take points starting from 5 or find the limit
anonymous
  • anonymous
If the limit as k --> infinity of the series is not equal to 0 then it diverges.

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