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**redier** So when I justify my work should I use the integral test or say it's a p-Series. Because no matter what the constant is in the numerator it will always converge, (as long as the p > 1) right?

I already used the integral test to justify it, but I was wondering if that would be required. It would be a lot less writing to just say p-Series and be done with it. I guess it would also depend on the teacher too, but I was wondering you opinions on the matter, and what you would make your students do if you were a teacher.