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cantor u there

but its the wrong comparison

how do you compare it

i am using the comparison test, so 0< integral g(x) < integral f(x)

if integral g(x) diverges, then integral f(x) diverges , find integral g(x)

no because 1/x^2 ^1/2 is greater than 1 / ( 1 + x^2 ) ^1/2

its in the wrong order

but youre not using the comparison test then

but i see your point

oh, hmmmm, dunno

You can check it by the Alternating series test. If it still diverges, it absolutely diverges.

its not an alternating series though

yo cantor

hmmm, how is that relevant

It allows you to check convergence or divergence. That was your question originally.

cantor

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yeah, this question im getting tutored for
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can yuo give me a formal method

You mean show you the steps?
To which one? The comparison test? The p series? The integral test?

any , the comparison test fails, as i explained earlier

the direct integral comparison test

cantor can u help me now, I have 2 parts left and I'm done. first question at the top

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