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Show that the sequence (-1)^n + (1/n) diverges.

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I have assumed it converges and found the difference between consecutive terms to be "1+ (1/ 2n(n+1) ). I have tried many things but I cannot progress.

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# Homework Help: Show ( (-1)^n + (1/n) ) diverges.

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