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- 1. 11.5 Alternating Series11.6 The Ratio and Root Tests An alternating series is a series whose terms are alternately positive and negative. For example: ( ) = + + ··· =
- 2. The Alternating Series Test:If the alternating series ( ) = + ··· > =satisfies + and =then the series is convergent.
- 3. ( )Ex: Test series for convergence. = +
- 4. ( )Ex: Test series for convergence. = + = > +
- 5. ( )Ex: Test series for convergence. = + = > + =
- 6. ( )Ex: Test series for convergence. = + = > + = decreasing?
- 7. ( )Ex: Test series for convergence. = + = > + = decreasing?When , it is decreasing (check by derivative).
- 8. ( )Ex: Test series for convergence. = + = > + = decreasing?When , it is decreasing (check by derivative). ( ) So is convergent. = +
- 9. Notice that = + + + + ··· =is divergent but ( ) = + + ··· =is convergent. ∞A series = is called absolutely ∞convergent if = | | is convergent.It is called conditionally convergent if it is ∞convergent but = | | is divergent.
- 10. Theorem: Absolutely convergent series is convergent. | | | | < is convergent because <= | | | |
- 11. Theorem: Absolutely convergent series is convergent. Ex: Determine if is convergent. = | | | | < is convergent because <= | | | |
- 12. Theorem: Absolutely convergent series is convergent. Ex: Determine if is convergent. = It has both positive and negative terms, but not alternating. | | | | < is convergent because <= | | | |
- 13. Theorem: Absolutely convergent series is convergent. Ex: Determine if is convergent. = It has both positive and negative terms, but not alternating. | | | | < is convergent because <= | | | | so is absolutely convergent, =
- 14. Theorem: Absolutely convergent series is convergent. Ex: Determine if is convergent. = It has both positive and negative terms, but not alternating. | | | | < is convergent because <= | | | | so is absolutely convergent, = so is convergent. =
- 15. The Ratio Test: +If = < , then the series =is absolutely convergent (and thus convergent). +If = > or = , then the series is divergent. = +If = , no conclusion can be drawn.
- 16. The Root Test:If | |= < , then the series =is absolutely convergent (and thus convergent).If | |= > or = , then the series is divergent. =If | |= , no conclusion can be drawn.
- 17. Ex: Test the series for convergence. =
- 18. Ex: Test the series for convergence. = + ( + ) + = + = So is (absolutely) convergent. =
- 19. +Ex: Test the series for convergence. = +
- 20. +Ex: Test the series for convergence. = + + | |= + + So is (absolutely) convergent. = +

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