No tonio i meant the formation of the summation is that correct ??????
I have already got the answer which u have provided........
If you're asking whether the series is what you wrote then the answer is yes, but I don't understand why you wrote ...
Perhaps you meant to write the n-th term of the sequence of partials sums of the series? If so then it is
Question : Using the Ratio Test for the convergence of an infinite series, examine the convergence of the series
= .............Is this correct?????
Learning to use "Ratio Test for the convergence" is important. But sometimes you can "eyeball" the answer by looking at the form of the series. I generally enjoy summing up such series. I am sorry for swaying from the main topic, but I want to demonstrate this method. It wont work everywhere but with experience you will know where to use it
The 'n' factor in the denominator looks as though it has been integrated. It is immediate that