Suppose I want to determine the convergence of ((sin(n))^4)/(1+n^2) using limit comparison test. I divide it by 1/(1+n^2). All that remains is (sin(n))^4. Now as the limit goes to infinty, the range of values (sin(n))^4 can give is 0 to 1. Now it gives many more values above zero then at zero, so is that why we declare it a convergent series?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Determining Convergence of ((sin(n))^4)/(1+n^2)

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