Finding the Number of Terms In Exercises 61 and 62, use Theorem 9.15 to determine the number of terms required to approximate the sum of the series with ail error or leas than 0.0001.
To calculate: The number of terms required in the series to get error less than .
The provided series is .
If a convergent alternating series satisfies the condition then the absolute value of the remainder involved in approximating the sum s by is less than or equal to the first neglected terms.
Here, the error is less than .
So, the N must satisfy the inequality;
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