Determine if the following series converges or diverges.
The Attempt at a Solution
I have no idea how to solve this problem. Now that I think of it, I have never solved a single question about series were I'm asked about convergence or divergence of a series with tangent or cotangent as part of the series. Tangent and cotangent are not defined at multiples of pi/2 excluding multiples of pi, but the series is from k to infinity were k is the set of integers and so the numerator all by itself would never go to positive or negative infinity at any k. Yet I can't seem to come up with a solution to this problem.
Also just a quick question. If I'm given a particular series in which I know the function which it represents, if the function is undefined at some given points, like for example 1/(2-x) or something of the sort, could I automatically conclude that the series doesn't converge at positive 2 sense the function doesn't?
Also I have never seen a problem were the interval of convergence included two intervals like [-10,5)(5,22] or something of the sort just [-10,5) if that makes any sense at all. Is it possible to have series were there are two intervals of convergence instead of just one?
Thank you for any help