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mattmannmf

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(E is my sigma)

E sin(4/3n)

originally i started with the integral test and i got up to the point where

(integral) sin (4/(3x)) dx

but i could not come up with how to solve the integral yet. (maybe by parts)

I was talking to a friend and he said he solved it by direct comparison or limit comparison.

Now he said he used 1/n (harmonic p-series diverges) to relate to the problem but im stuck on how to get rid of the sin. Once i figure that out that its all easy.

Am i able to remove the sin out of the whole problem or what? not sure. any help would be great