1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Compute the following sequence (show your work) (-2)n+3n ÷ (-2)n+1+3n+1 3. The attempt at a solution (-2)n+3n ÷ (-2)n(-2)+3n3n After this I don't know what to do. I know that if I can prove that something smaller than this for all n's converges to +∞, this will converge to +∞. Also, if I can prove that something bigger that this for all n's converges to 0, this will converge to 0. I'm just not sure how to simplify this equation at all.