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Find all values of p for which the given series converges absolutely: [tex]\sum[/tex] from k=2 to infinity of [1/((logk)^p)].

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3. The attempt at a solution

I've tried the ratio test, the root test, limit comparison test ... everything. I know the answer is the null set (that is, for no values of p does the series converge), but I can't prove that rigorously.

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# For what values of p does this series converge?

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