How do you determine if the series the converges conditionally, absolutely or diverges given #Sigma ((1)^(n))/(lnn)# from #[1,oo)#?
The series is convergent.
We have that
This series is converget if
1)
2)
This series accomplishes both requirements so it is convergent.
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To determine the convergence of the series Σ((1)^n)/(ln(n)) from n=1 to infinity, we can use the Alternating Series Test and the Ratio Test.

Alternating Series Test:
 The series Σ((1)^n)/(ln(n)) alternates in sign and has a decreasing absolute value as n increases.
 Since lim(n→∞) (1/(ln(n))) = 0, the conditions of the Alternating Series Test are met.
 Therefore, the series converges conditionally.

Ratio Test:
 Consider the ratio of consecutive terms: ((1)^(n+1))/(ln(n+1)) / ((1)^n)/(ln(n)).
 Simplifying this ratio, we get lim(n→∞) (ln(n))/(ln(n+1)).
 This limit equals 1.
 Since the limit is equal to 1, the Ratio Test is inconclusive.
Therefore, the series Σ((1)^n)/(ln(n)) converges conditionally.
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