Pre-Calculus Practice Problem 234

Pre-Calculus Practice Problem 234 - 4) ( ) 1 2 ) ( = n n f...

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Unit 7, Activity 4, Infinite Sequences and Convergence Part II with Answers Blackline Masters, Advanced Math – Pre-Calculus Page 232 Louisiana Comprehensive Curriculum, Revised 2008 Graph each of the following using graph paper. Determine whether or not they converge. 1) f(n) = 3 n – 5 divergent; an arithmetic sequence that is linear 2) n n f = 4 3 ) ( convergent; the values get closer and closer to 0 3) fn n () = 1 1 convergent; the values get closer and closer to 0
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Unformatted text preview: 4) ( ) 1 2 ) ( = n n f divergent; the sequence is both oscillatory and divergent 5. f n n ( ) sin = F H G I K J 2 Divergent; the sequence is periodic 6. n n n f cos ) ( = Convergent and oscillatory (It helps to go into FORMAT and turn off the axes to see it clearly.) 7. f n n n n ( ) = 3 2 1 Divergent; the values get larger and larger 8. f n n ( ) = F H G I K J 4 9 10 Convergent and oscillatory...
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