Hey all! I am in Calculus 2, and we are starting to get into series. This may seem like an odd question, but on quizzes I seem to have difficulty identifying the type of series in order to be able to properly work it, and I'd like to have this down before I get to the test. Does anybody have a good way of identify whether a series is arithmetic? Geometric? P-series? Harmonic? Professor hasn't really given any suggestions other than to just kind of eyeball it, and that only works to a certain degree. Thanks in advance for any replies!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# How to tell the difference in series

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