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Find the sum of the infinite series, if the series converges.

infinity

E

n = 1

(2) / (n^2 + 2n)

2. Relevant equations

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3. The attempt at a solution

I believe this problem doesn't look very hard, I think all i really need to do is divide the denominator and numerator by the largest n in the denominator.

so it would look like this --> (2/n^2) / (1 + 2/n)

which would become 0/1

so converges to 0?

but what is finding the sum of the infinite series?

help here please. Thankyou.

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# Homework Help: Sum of Infinite series, does it converge?

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