How do I proceed with this series...


by frasifrasi
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frasifrasi
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#1
Dec9-07, 08:22 PM
P: 277
I am trying to prepare for the final and am not sure how to proceed with this. Am I just supposed to plug in and cancel terms?

--> determine whether diver/conv. If conv, find the sum:

summation from 1 to infinity of 15(5/6)^(n-1)
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PowerIso
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#2
Dec9-07, 09:10 PM
P: 329
hmm

Seems like this can also be seen as 15 * 1/(5/6) * (5/6)^n which reminds me of a geometric series...
frasifrasi
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Dec10-07, 08:51 AM
P: 277
thank you.


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