Alternating Series.
Determine if Sigma (n=1 to infinity) of (-1)^n (2n/15n+1) converges. I know that we take the limit of (2n/15n+1) as n approaches infinity. But; I'm not sure what to do since we get infinity/infinity when we take the limit...

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convergence looks at the ration of next/now to see how fast it goes to zero

but it helps if a read it right

we can determine this from the horizontal asymptote i believe

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