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I'm thinking partial fractions or factoring n out but I'm not sure...

can you type this out i can't read it. Sorry :(

nvm, i got it.
You can view this as a geometric series.\[n/(n-(-5))\]

So you factor the n out?

???

not really. are you familiar with the formula to find the sum of a convergent series ?

I meant to find what a and r is before I find the sum.

Because r is less than 1 (-5) does that mean this is divergent?

What is the limit of the TERMS as n increases without bound? If it's not zero, it doesn't converge.

But r has to be -1

r is -5 so...

BTW, r is NOT 5. It's 1.

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? And wouldn't the limit as n approaches infinity be 0 because denominator is larger?

No. The limit of the terms is 1. As n increases, the 5 becomes insignificant.

Okay. And how do I find r to be one then?

the coefficient of numerator and the denominator is 1
therefore, the limit is one.

try graphing it.