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[tex]\sum(n-1)!/(n+2)![/tex]

2. The attempt at a solution

I tried the ratio test and came up with the lim[tex]_{}n\rightarrow\infty[/tex] n/(n+3) = 1 which gives no information on convergence or divergence. I'm trying to find absolute or conditional convergence so what else can I do?

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# Homework Help: Ratio Test inconclusive with factorial

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