# How do you test for convergence for #(-1)^(n-1) /(2n + 1)# for n=1 to infinity?

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In this series, (-1)^(n-1) alternates in sign, and as n approaches infinity, the absolute value of the terms 1 / (2n + 1) decreases monotonically to zero. Therefore, both conditions of the Alternating SeriesWe can use the Alternating Series Test to test for convergence of the series ((-1)^{n-1} /(2n + 1)) from (n = 1) to infinity.

For the given series, the terms alternate in sign (((-1)^{n-1})), decrease in absolute value (since the denominator (2n +To test for convergence of the series (-1)^(n-1) / (2n + 1) as n approaches infinity, we can use the Alternating Series Test. This test states that if a series alternates in sign and the absolute value of its terms decreases monotonically to zero as n approaches infinity, then the series converges.

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For the given series, the terms alternate in sign (((-1)^{n-1})), decrease in absolute value (since the denominator (2n + To test for convergence of the series (-1)^(n-1) / (2n + 1) as n approaches infinity, we can use the Alternating Series Test. This test states that if a series alternates in sign and the absolute value of its terms decreases monotonically to zero as n approaches infinity, then the series converges.

In this series, (-1)^(n-1) alternates in sign, and as n approaches infinity, the absolute value of the terms 1 / (2n + 1) decreases monotonically to zero. Therefore, both conditions of the Alternating Series Test are satisfiedWe can use the Alternating Series Test to test for convergence of the series ((-1)^{n-1} /(2n + 1)) from (n = 1) to infinity.

For the given series, the terms alternate in sign (((-1)^{n-1})), decrease in absolute value (since the denominator (2n + 1To test for convergence of the series (-1)^(n-1) / (2n + 1) as n approaches infinity, we can use the Alternating Series Test. This test states that if a series alternates in sign and the absolute value of its terms decreases monotonically to zero as n approaches infinity, then the series converges.

In this series, (-1)^(n-1) alternates in sign, and as n approaches infinity, the absolute value of the terms 1 / (2n + 1) decreases monotonically to zero. Therefore, both conditions of the Alternating Series Test are satisfied.

HWe can use the Alternating Series Test to test for convergence of the series ((-1)^{n-1} /(2n + 1)) from (n = 1) to infinity.

For the given series, the terms alternate in sign (((-1)^{n-1})), decrease in absolute value (since the denominator (2n + 1)To test for convergence of the series (-1)^(n-1) / (2n + 1) as n approaches infinity, we can use the Alternating Series Test. This test states that if a series alternates in sign and the absolute value of its terms decreases monotonically to zero as n approaches infinity, then the series converges.

In this series, (-1)^(n-1) alternates in sign, and as n approaches infinity, the absolute value of the terms 1 / (2n + 1) decreases monotonically to zero. Therefore, both conditions of the Alternating Series Test are satisfied.

HenceWe can use the Alternating Series Test to test for convergence of the series ((-1)^{n-1} /(2n + 1)) from (n = 1) to infinity.

For the given series, the terms alternate in sign (((-1)^{n-1})), decrease in absolute value (since the denominator (2n + 1) increasesTo test for convergence of the series (-1)^(n-1) / (2n + 1) as n approaches infinity, we can use the Alternating Series Test. This test states that if a series alternates in sign and the absolute value of its terms decreases monotonically to zero as n approaches infinity, then the series converges.

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For the given series, the terms alternate in sign (((-1)^{n-1})), decrease in absolute value (since the denominator (2n + 1) increases with (n)), and approach zeroTo test for convergence of the series (-1)^(n-1) / (2n + 1) as n approaches infinity, we can use the Alternating Series Test. This test states that if a series alternates in sign and the absolute value of its terms decreases monotonically to zero as n approaches infinity, then the series converges.

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Therefore, by the Alternating Series Test, the seriesTo test for convergence of the series (-1)^(n-1) / (2n + 1) as n approaches infinity, we can use the Alternating Series Test. This test states that if a series alternates in sign and the absolute value of its terms decreases monotonically to zero as n approaches infinity, then the series converges.

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Therefore, by the Alternating Series Test, the series ((-To test for convergence of the series (-1)^(n-1) / (2n + 1) as n approaches infinity, we can use the Alternating Series Test. This test states that if a series alternates in sign and the absolute value of its terms decreases monotonically to zero as n approaches infinity, then the series converges.

Hence, we can conclude that the series (-1)^(n-1) / (2n + 1) converges.We can use the Alternating Series Test to test for convergence of the series ((-1)^{n-1} /(2n + 1)) from (n = 1) to infinity.

Therefore, by the Alternating Series Test, the series ((-1)^{n-1} /(2n + 1)) converges.

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When evaluating a one-sided limit, you need to be careful when a quantity is approaching zero since its sign is different depending on which way it is approaching zero from. Let us look at some examples.

When evaluating a one-sided limit, you need to be careful when a quantity is approaching zero since its sign is different depending on which way it is approaching zero from. Let us look at some examples.

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