Determining Convergence or Divergence In Exercises 27-34, test for convergence or divergence, using each test at least once. Identify which test was used.
(a) n th-Term Test
(b) Geometric Series Test
(c) p -Series Test
(d) Telescoping Series Test
(e) Integral Test
(f) Direct Comparison Test
(g) Limit Comparison Test
To calculate: The convergence or divergence of the series and identify which test was used.
The series is .
Limit comparison Test, If and where L is finite and positive, then and either both converge or both diverge.
Let the series, .
Consider the comparison series,
, which is convergent series
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