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**dalbir4444** Show that the series ((ln n)^q)/n^p from n = 1 to infinity converges if p>1 where q is any real number.

I said that

((ln n)^q)/n^p = ((ln n)^q)/n X 1/(n^(p-1)) < 1/n^(p-1)

From the knowledge of p-series, the original series will converge if p>2. Shouldn't I instead get that p>1?

Also, is there a way to do this question using the limit comparison test? I attempted to use a = ((ln n)^q)/n^p and b = 1/n^p. I got the limit as

(ln n)^q which obviously diverges as n approaches infinity. Where did I make a mistake in this approach?