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The Divergence Test Exercises

Example 1

Use only the Divergence Test to determine if the statement is true, false, or can't be decided yet.

The series  converges.

Example 2

Use only the Divergence Test to determine if the statement is true, false, or can't be decided yet.

The series  diverges.

Example 3

Use only the Divergence Test to determine if the statement is true, false, or can't be decided yet.

The series  might converge.

Example 4

Use only the Divergence Test to determine if the statement is true, false, or can't be decided yet.

The series  converges.

Example 5

Use only the Divergence Test to determine if the statement is true, false, or can't be decided yet.

The series  diverges.

Example 6

Use the divergence test to determine if the following series MUST diverge.

Example 7

Use the divergence test to determine if the following series MUST diverge.

Example 8

Use the divergence test to determine if the following series MUST diverge.

Example 9

Use the divergence test to determine if the following series MUST diverge.

Example 10

Use the divergence test to determine if the following series MUST diverge.

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