I have a question about the lim as it approaches infinity of ((-6)^(n-1))/(5^(n-1)). I am unsure what to do.. completely actually. I was thinking i would try to put it in a/(1-r) mode, but i dont really know how, or if that is even the right thing to do.
yeah, so unless i am wrong (which i very well could be) it is greater than one so it converges. But my problem is breaking it down to what value it converges at. Do i divide by ln(n) since it is the loswest power in the numerator? I am just really lost. Thanks for your patience!