Functions as Power Series

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I'm having a little trouble concerning the part where we have to calculate the endpoints of a known interval of convergence in order to see whether they are convergent or divergent. In this case, is the summation of n=0 to infinity of (-1)^n/10 diverging or converging. Are there any tests to prove that? I'm kinda confused. Thanks


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Have you looked at the alternating series test?
 
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Have you looked at the alternating series test?

uhh yea, but it just gives bn= 1/10 which doesn;t make sense...i think
 
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(-1)^n/10 doesn't converge. Don't be silly. It doesn't even approach 0. Did you mean to post something else?
 

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