is it converges absolutly ,or with condition(dont know the english term), or is it diverges? from nth root method of cauchy the limit of (2k+3)(3k-4) is infinity ??
Last edited by transgalactic; March 2nd 2011 at 01:10 AM.
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Originally Posted by transgalactic is it converges absolutly ,or with condition(dont know the english term), The term is, in fact, "conditionally convergent". or is it diverges? from nth root method of cauchy the limit of (2k+3)(3k-4) is infinity ??
no they have different powers numerator will be 1 denominator is -1
I did not say anything about your series. I've just answered the question which you edited it. In order to test the series for absolutely/condintionally convergent, you should check the absolute series. Did try anything for ?
first we need to test the absolute value series the n'th root doesnt work because i get a limit of infinity what you did what takng the expression witout the powers on numerator and denominator
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