Use the integral test to find upper and lower bounds on the limit of the series: So do I first turn this series into an integral? So this would then be... Is this right so far? If so, I'm stuck right here.
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Originally Posted by larson Use the integral test to find upper and lower bounds on the limit of the series: So do I first turn this series into an integral? So this would then be... Is this right so far? If so, I'm stuck right here. integral test is way too much trouble. but since they asked for it... yes, that is ok. do integration by parts on this guy. let and
Originally Posted by Jhevon integral test is way too much trouble. but since they asked for it... yes, that is ok. do integration by parts on this guy. let and So... Then... Now it gets messy... Is this right as of now?
Originally Posted by larson So... Then... Now it gets messy... Is this right as of now? let's not make our notation make the problem more complicated than it already is. so your integral is: and you can take it from there. start plugging in the limits. of course, we have to use limits for the infinite integration limit
Originally Posted by Jhevon let's not make our notation make the problem more complicated than it already is. so your integral is: and you can take it from there. start plugging in the limits. of course, we have to use limits for the infinite integration limit So this then equals which of course means... so now just plug in the limits, aka 1 and And after you do that I get... which is the lower bound, then to find the upper one wouldn't it just be...
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