Finding a Series Use the result of Exercise 63 to give an example of an alternating p-series that converges but whose corresponding p-series diverges.
Take an alternating p-series .
Now let , then .
Since, , so for each n.
Now, alternating series test states that, “If and for all n, then the alternating series where , is convergent”
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