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mew55

  • 2 years ago

sum of 1/n^2/3 name p and state whether the series converges or diverges

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  1. mew55
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  2. mew55
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    i know the p series is 2/3 and it converges but how can i show it?

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  4. mew55
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    just find the interval?

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    oh. kk XD

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    oops did i said converges, i meant diverges XD

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    comparison test

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    you can say how we are prove 1/n is div. well use integral test.. int 1/n dn= ln n, as n goes infinity lnn= infinity, so 1/n div..

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