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arctic_girl4
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How do you know if a sequence converges or diverges based on taking the limit?
here's an example
f:= 3^n/n^3;
if i take the limit the sequence goes to infinity.
does it diverge becuase the limit is not zero or can the limit be something other than zero and it still converge?
here's an example
f:= 3^n/n^3;
if i take the limit the sequence goes to infinity.
does it diverge becuase the limit is not zero or can the limit be something other than zero and it still converge?