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  • 5 years ago

Finding convergence or divergence of the sum from 1 to infinity of (n+5)/((n^7+n^2)^(1/3))?

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    This looks like a comparison test followed by a p-series test, but I don't know what to compare it to that would be smaller than it, have an integer p, and not be a harmonic series. (This is convergent, right? Because the denominator grows faster than the numerator.)

  2. anonymous
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    I'm pretty sure it's convergent, but this is a problem similar to the one on my last test that stumped me. lol. hmmmm

  3. anonymous
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    Lol, okay. Thanks.

  4. anonymous
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    Not sure if it's correct or not, but I distributed the exponent in the denominator & then used the ratio test.... I got Absolutely Convergent as the answer.

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