Limit Comparison Test When using the Limit Comparison Test, describe in your own words how to choose a series for comparison.
The criterion for choosing the appropriate series for comparison should be, while using the limit comparison test.
If a series which belongs to a power series or geometric series term by term, evaluation using the direct comparison test is not possible. In such a case, the limit comparison test is used.
Two series are chosen for comparison. The first two series contains all the n terms in it. The second series is called a resembling series and it contains the series formed by choosing the
highest possible value of n, that is powerful than the other series formed by using n.
Consider the series given as,
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