[tex]An = \frac{5n}{12n+5}[/tex](adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

For both of the following answer blanks, decide whether the given sequence or series is convergent or divergent. If convergent, enter the limit (for a sequence) or the sum (for a series). If divergent, enter INF if it diverges to infinity, MINF if it diverges to minus infinity, or DIV otherwise.

a.) The series n=1 to infinity(i dont know how to make the 'sum of' sign)

(An) i'm having trouble with this one, there seems to be no 'common ratio', so does this mean it's divergent? [tex]A_1 = 5/17, A_2 = 10/29, A_3 = 15/41 [/tex]

b.) the squence [tex]A_n[/tex]. well for this one as n-> infinity, the limit should be 5/12

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