Calculus 8th Edition

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Chapter 11 - Infinite Sequences and Series - 11.2 Series - 11.2 Exercises: 1

Answer

a.) A sequence is just a list of numbers, which follow a mathematical pattern. A series is the sum of those numbers. b.) A convergent series is a series in which, when all the terms are added up, equal a real number. In a divergent series the sum of all the terms would equal infinity or negative infinity.

Work Step by Step

a.) A sequence is just a list of numbers, which follow a mathematical pattern. A series is the sum of those numbers. b.) A convergent series is a series in which, when all the terms are added up, equal a real number. In a divergent series the sum of all the terms would equal infinity or negative infinity.
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