1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data ∫from 1 to 8 of (-1/(x-3)^2 dx Determine whether the integral is divergent or convergent. If it is convergent, evaluate it. If it diverges to infinity, state your answer as INF. If it diverges to negative infinity, state your answer as MINF. If it diverges without being infinity or negative infinity, state your answer as DIV. ANS: DIVERGES TO -INFINITY MY PROBLEM: I KEEP GETTING THAT IT DIVERGES TO +INFINITY 3. The attempt at a solution solved for antiderv and got 1/(x-3) so lim c--> c- [(1/(x-3)) from 1 to c]+ c--> c+ (1/(x-3))from c to 8. Working this out, I get infinity - 3/10 + infinity. How is the answer diverge to -infinity?