anonymous
  • anonymous
Explain when an Infinite Geometric series must converge & when an infinite geometric series must diverge.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
abb0t was it because it was PE
anonymous
  • anonymous
converge : |r|<1 and for diverge : |r|>=1 This is the rule right
anonymous
  • anonymous
What part?

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abb0t
  • abb0t
Generally, that's the rule @butterflyprincess but they are different for some tests, such as ratio test, I think. Is this for Calculus?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Pre Calc yes
abb0t
  • abb0t
Then I believe those are true, butterfly. Do you have a sepcific example?
allank
  • allank
Yes, I second @abb0t. That is the rule @butterflyprinces.

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