Finding the Limit of a Sequence In Exercises 25-28, use a graphing utility to graph the first 10 terms of the sequence with the given nth term. Use the graph to make an inference about the convergence or divergence of the sequence. Verify your inference analytically and, if the sequence converges, find its limit.
To graph: The first 10 terms of the sequence using graphing utility, check the convergence or divergence, and the limit of the sequence if it converges.
Find first ten terms using the graphing utility:
Step 1:Press ON button.
Step 2:Press Mode and select sequence.
Step 3:Choose y and place the function
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