integral from one to infinity (dx)/(x - 1)^2 ..is it convergent or divergent? my prof tells me it is a twice improper integral..so i don't know what he means by that. when i first attempted the problem i just took the ln of the integral giving me ln(x-1)^2 with b = infinity and lower bound being 1. after evaluating the integral i came up with an answer of infinity. making the equation divergent

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convergent bcoz integral will come out to b 1 (finite)

how though?

the lower bound is also not defined, so it has two undefined bounds, hence it is twice improper

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