Using the Limit Comparison Test In Exercises 17-26, use the Limit Comparison Test to determine the convergence or divergence of the series
To calculate: Whether the series given as, is convergent or divergent. Make use of the limit comparison test.
The given series is, .
Limit comparison test, if and ,
Then, , such that L is finite and positive then, and will either converge or diverge.
The limit value of .
According to the p-series test,
converges for and diverges for .
Let the series,
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