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Is this alternating or can we pull out the negative one? Do a limit comp to the harmonic series, which diverges. Then use let and use goes to one as .
Originally Posted by matheagle is this alternating or can we pull out the negative one? Are you asking me? This is in the alternating series section of my homework. I think that I can pull it out.
Originally Posted by mollymcf2009 Are you asking me? This is in the alternating series section of my homework. I think that I can pull it out. yes, do you mean or
Originally Posted by matheagle Is this alternating or can we pull out the negative one? Do a limit comp to the harmonic series, which diverges. Then use let and use goes to one as . But I don't understand why you did that? Why does sin(m)/m go to 1 as m goes to 0?
Originally Posted by matheagle yes, do you mean or It is so since there is an n as an exponent I CAN'T pull it out? I am CONFUSED!!!!!
Originally Posted by mollymcf2009 But I don't understand why you did that? Why does sin(m)/m go to 1 as m goes to 0? basic calculus one, or use l'hopital's rule
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