Date: Mon, 19 Apr 1999 21:40:05 -0600 (CST)
Sender: Deepak
Subject: series-why they converge

given the sequence an=e^(-n*Ln(n)), does the series converge and why?

Hi Deepak

Since a*Ln(b) = Ln(ba) and eLn(c) = c, an = e-n*Ln(n) = eLn(n-n) = n-n You should now be able to compare this series to one you already know.


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