1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I have to say if the series converge or diverge. [tex]\infty[/tex] [tex]\sum[/tex] LN(n[tex]/2n+5[/tex]) n=1 2. Relevant equations I found this series to be divergent. However, I dont know if the way I proceeded is correct. 3. The attempt at a solution I first separated the ln into two lns ( ln(n) - ln(2n+5 ). Then, I used it as a power of e to remove the lns, thus being left with -n -5. I then went for the limit divergence test, and it ended up diverging. Do I have the right to proceed that way?