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Consider the series (to infinity; n=0) (-1/3)^n (x-2)^n

Find the intercal of convergence for this series.

To what function does this series converage over this interval?

I know this is an alternating series...I just don't know how to go about it. Thanks for you help.

** Should I do this like a partial sum? Do I just keep multiplying them together until they reach Zero *because then it has converaged? **

Find the intercal of convergence for this series.

To what function does this series converage over this interval?

I know this is an alternating series...I just don't know how to go about it. Thanks for you help.

** Should I do this like a partial sum? Do I just keep multiplying them together until they reach Zero *because then it has converaged? **

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