hey there.. i've try this question already... i got radius of convergence, R = 1/8 at x = 1/8, converges... at x = -1/8 i don't how to do this one.. please help me..
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Originally Posted by nameck hey there.. i've try this question already... i got radius of convergence, R = 1/8 at x = 1/8, converges... at x = -1/8 i don't how to do this one.. please help me.. At you get a Leibnitz series and thus convergent. Tonio
the question is.. find the radius of convergence and interval of convergence of the power series (attachment) tonio.. is (8^n) / (-8) = -1^n? is my radius of interval is correct?
Now, . Therefore, the series converges by the ratio test. This implies an infinte radius.
how did u get radius from infity to -infinity? i haven't learn this kind solution(ration test to find radius and interval)
Originally Posted by nameck how did u get radius from infity to -infinity? i haven't learn this kind solution(ration test to find radius and interval) Well, what tests for convergence do you know?
Originally Posted by nameck the question is.. find the radius of convergence and interval of convergence of the power series (attachment) tonio.. is (8^n) / (-8) = -1^n? No, and this is not what you have. At you have is my radius of interval is correct? No. The convergence radius is what VonNemo wrote and for the reasons he/she wrote. Tonio
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