# Sequences and Series (20 Problems): Partial Sums, Convergence and Divergence

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Find at least 10 partial sums of the series. Graph both the sequence of the terms and the sequence of partial sums on the same screen. Does it appear that the series is convergent or divergent? If convergent, find the sum. If divergent explain why?

3) Summation symbol n=1 to infinity of 12 /((-5)^n

5) Summation symbol n=1 to infinity of tan n

7) Summation symbol n=1 to infinity of ((1/(n^1.5) - (1/(n+1)^1.5)

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9) Let a(sub n) = 2n / 3n+1

a) Find whether {a sub n} is convergent .

b) Find whether {Summation n=1 to infinity of asub n} convergent.

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Find whether the series is convergent or divergent. If convergent find the sum.

11) 3+2+(4/3) + (8/9) + ...

13) -2 + (5/2) - (25/8) + (125/32) - ....

15) Summation n=1 to infinity 5*(2/3)^(n-1)

17) Summation n=1 to infinity [(-3)^(n-1) / 4^n]

19) Summation n= 0 to infinity [ pi^n / 3^n+1]

21) Summation n=1 to infinity n / (n+5)

23) Summation n=2 to infinity 2 / (n^2 - 1)

25 summation n=2 to infinity n^2/ (n^2-1)

27) summation n=1 to infinity (3^n + 2^n) / 6^n

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Express the number as a ratio of integers.

35) 0.2 = 0.2222....

37) 3.417 = 3.1417417417......

39) 0.123456

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3)

n an Sn

1 -2.4 -2.4

2 0.48 -1.92

3 -0.096 -2.016

4 0.0192 -1.9968

5 -0.00384 -2.00064

6 0.000768 -1.99987

7 -0.00015 -2.00003

8 3.07E-05 -1.99999

9 -6.1E-06 -2

10 1.23E-06 -2

Because the series get closer and closer to -2 and the sequence approaches 0 as n gets bigger, the series converges.

5)

n an Sn

1 1.557408 1.557408

2 -2.18504 -0.62763

3 -0.14255 -0.77018

4 1.157821 0.387643

5 -3.38052 -2.99287

6 -0.29101 -3.28388

7 0.871448 -2.41243

8 -6.79971 -9.21214

9 -0.45232 -9.66446

10 0.648361 -9.0161

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