(1 pt) For the following alternating series,

displaystyle sum_{n=1}^infty a_n = 1 - frac{1}{10} + frac{1}{100} - frac{1}{1000} + ...

how many terms do you have to go for your approximation (your partial sum) to be within 0.01 from the convergent value of that series?

displaystyle sum_{n=1}^infty a_n = 1 - frac{1}{10} + frac{1}{100} - frac{1}{1000} + ...

how many terms do you have to go for your approximation (your partial sum) to be within 0.01 from the convergent value of that series?

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