Do you mean ? This series converges because it is alternating and 1/(t+1) monotonically converges to 0 (Alternating series test). It does not converge absolutely, though, because taking the absolute value of each term makes the harmonic series.
Do you mean ? This series converges because it is alternating and 1/(t+1) monotonically converges to 0 (Alternating series test). It does not converge absolutely, though, because taking the absolute value of each term makes the harmonic series.
Yes. that's what I mean. Haven't learned the keyboard commands yet.
Well, I'm mainly concerned with the summability. I know the series converges, but the sum is unbounded, and thus cannot be dominated by another summable series for all t.
But I mainly want to know the best way to show a partial sum sequence that converges.
Thanks.