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Unformatted text preview: Syed Shah Assignment 1 MATH262, Fall 2009 due 09/20/2009 at 11:59pm EDT. You may attempt each problem a maximum of 7 times. 1. (1 pt) Find the limit of the sequence a n = 5 n 2 7 n 9 7 n 2 n + 7 as n → ∞ : Correct Answers: • 0.714285714285714 2. (1 pt) Determine whether the sequence is divergent or con vergent. If it is convergent, evaluate its limit. If it diverges to in finity, state your answer as ”INF” (without the quotation marks). If it diverges to negative infinity, state your answer as ”MINF”. If it diverges without being infinity or negative infinity, state your answer as ”DIV”. lim n → ∞ 8 n 5 + sin 2 ( 10 n ) n 6 + 11 Correct Answers: • 3. (1 pt) Determine whether the sequence is divergent or con vergent. If it is convergent, evaluate its limit. If it diverges to in finity, state your answer as ”INF” (without the quotation marks). If it diverges to negative infinity, state your answer as ”MINF”....
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