Hi,

Here's the question,

"Find the values of x for which the series converges. Find the sum of the series for those values of x.

summation(n=0,inf) [(x+3)^n]/2^n"

I wasn't really sure how to approach it. I realized that it can become a convergent geometric series if |x+3| < 2, because that would make the absolute value of the r value less than 1.

Taking this into account, I am proposing that -5< x < -1

I am pretty sure am I right up to this point after looking around online, but I am confused about the second part. I thought maybe you could find the infinite sum when x is -5 and when x is -1 and then subtract the first value from the second value. Is this the correct way to go about it? I got 8/21 as an answer.

Thanks