Hello, I really need a solution to this problem. My set is due tomorrow. /sum_{k=1}^(infinity) 1/(n(n+2) Determine whether the above series is convergent or divergent. If it is convergent, find its sum. Thank you in advance
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Originally Posted by Recklessid Hello, I really need a solution to this problem. My set is due tomorrow. /sum_{k=1}^(infinity) 1/(n(n+2) Determine whether the above series is convergent or divergent. If it is convergent, find its sum. Thank you in advance Is this supposed to be: sum{k = 1 to infinity} of 1/(k(k + 2)) ? -Dan
Originally Posted by Recklessid Hello, I really need a solution to this problem. My set is due tomorrow. /sum_{k=1}^(infinity) 1/(n(n+2) Determine whether the above series is convergent or divergent. If it is convergent, find its sum. Thank you in advance This series is convergent. 1/n(n+2) = .5/n - .5/(n+2) This is a telescoping series.
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