Use a comparison to determine whether the integral converges or diverges: A from 2 to infinite This integral diverges , but how can I show that using the comparison test? B it is pi^2x in the denomenator
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Originally Posted by Abbas Use a comparison to determine whether the integral converges or diverges: A from 2 to infinite This integral diverges , but how can I show that using the comparison test? We have and clearly diverges. B What are the limits here?? , and , so the integral converges (unless the lower limit is not 1 but something else...) Tonio it is pi^2x in the denomenator .
ThanX alot .. the second prblems limits ( 2 , infinite )
Originally Posted by Abbas ThanX alot .. the second prblems limits ( 2 , infinite ) It's just the same: the integral still converges as can easily be checked. The problem arises when the lower limit is zero. Tonio
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