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A) It may diverge

B) It converges absolutely

C) It converges to M < L

D) It converges to M > L

E) It converges to M^2 = L

My intuition tells me the answer is E). But I am not sure can someone help figure this out please

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A) It may diverge

B) It converges absolutely

C) It converges to M < L

D) It converges to M > L

E) It converges to M^2 = L

My intuition tells me the answer is E). But I am not sure can someone help figure this out please

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Hints: convergent geometric series (this should eliminate some of the possible answers). Then look up what it means to converge absolutely, and play around with

A) It may diverge

B) It converges absolutely

C) It converges to M < L

D) It converges to M > L

E) It converges to M^2 = L

My intuition tells me the answer is E). But I am not sure can someone help figure this out please

[tex]\sum_{n=1}^\infty \frac{(-1)^{n+1}}{\sqrt{n}}[/tex]

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