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LCSphysicist
2020 Award
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 Homework Statement:

Sum n varying = [1,2,...,infinite(
3/(5^n) + 2/n
 Relevant Equations:
 3/(5^n) + 2/n
I know that it diverges, i dont know how to proof it:
We can decompose a sum in partial sums just if the two sums alone converges, so in this case we can not decompose in sum 3/5^n + sum 2/n, so how to proof that diverges just with the initial term?
We can decompose a sum in partial sums just if the two sums alone converges, so in this case we can not decompose in sum 3/5^n + sum 2/n, so how to proof that diverges just with the initial term?