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For 1. each series: (i) Find the limit of {ak }, the sequence of terms of the series (ii) Show that the series converges (iii) Find the limit of {Sn }, the sequence of partials sums of the series (a) k=0 7e k (b) k=13 3 7 k 2. Do the following converge series or diverge? (a) k=1 1 3k + 2 1 k2 1 k (b) k=2 Hint: Draw a picture comparing with 1 1 dx. x2 1 dx. x 1/1 (c) k=1 Hint...

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