Teacher says this converges but I keep getting divergence. What am I missing or messing up on? This is what I get by using integration by parts: I come up with negative infinity plus a constant = infinity
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Originally Posted by Possible actuary Teacher says this converges but I keep getting divergence. What am I missing or messing up on? This is what I get by using integration by parts: I come up with negative infinity plus a constant = infinity
Do not use the integral test, Note that, And So it converges.
Originally Posted by Jhevon Thanks Just now saw that the denominator in the first fraction is growing larger than ln x and therefore goes to 0 along with the second fraction.
Originally Posted by Possible actuary Thanks Just now saw that the denominator in the first fraction is growing larger than ln x and therefore goes to 0 along with the second fraction. Yes, it is useful to remember that,
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