MAT21C-Mulase-Spring-2017.hw3-mulase - Hyug Her Assignment...

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Hyug HerMAT21C-Mulase-Spring-2017Assignment hw3-mulase due 04/24/2017 at 08:00am PDT1.(1 pt) For each of the following series, tell whether or notyou can apply the Alternating Series Test. If you can apply thistest, enter C if the series converges. If you can’t apply this test(even if you know how the series behaves by some other test),enter N.1.(1 pt) For the following alternating series,n=13(0.4)77!+...how many terms do you have to compute in order for your ap-proximation (your partial sum) to be within 0.0000001 from theconvergent value of that series?
4.n=1(-1)nn!nn5.n=1(-1)nn!en6.n=1(-1)ncos(nπ)n5Answer(s) submitted:CCNCNN(correct)2.(1 pt) YOU CAN IGNORE THIS PROBLEM. THERE ISAN ERROR IN IT. I WILL GIVE EVERYONE FULL CREDITFOR IT. How many terms of the series do we need to add in or-der to find the sum to the indicated accuracy?n=1(-1)n-18n4,error0.001.Answer:Note:Enter the smallest possible integer.Answer(s) submitted:(correct)3.(1 pt) Determine whether the following series isn=2(-1)n1n2-1A. conditionally convergentB. absolutely convergentC. divergentAnswer(s) submitted:A(correct)4.(1 pt) For the following alternating series,n=13(0.4)77!+...how many terms do you have to compute in order for your ap-proximation (your partial sum) to be within 0.0000001 from theconvergent value of that series?
5.(1 pt) Match each of the following with the correct state-ment.A. The series is absolutely convergent.C. The series converges, but is not absolutely convergent.D. The series diverges.1.n=1(-1)n7n+62.n=1(n+1)(82-1)n82n3.n=1(-2)nn74.n=1(-1)nnn+25.n=1sin(2n)n2Answer(s) submitted:CADCA(correct)

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