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# Calculus Videos: Series and Sequences

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In this course, Calculus Instructor Patrick gives 30 video lessons on Series and Sequences. Some of the Topics covered are: Convergence and Divergence, Geometric Series, Test for Divergence, Telescoping Series, Integral Test, Limit and Direct Comparison Test, Alternating Series, Alternating Series Estimation Theorem, Ratio Test, Power Series, Taylor and MacLaurin Series, Taylor's Remainder Theorem (Taylor's Inequality), Binomial Series, and many more.

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Calculus Instructor Patrick in **Lesson 1: Sequence: Convergence and Divergence (Part 1)**.

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SAM KUMBSON wrote 3 years ago.Three questions 1,2, and 3 on exercise 11.7 on the JAMES

STEWAET TEXT BOOK 6 EDITION

Subbiah wrote 4 years ago.n!/n^n will be less than 1/n too So cant we conclude that

the original series diverges. Why do you select the last two

terms (2/n^2) and say the series converges?

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sean wrote 4 years ago.why 2. unless its series sin n - 1

mohsen wrote 5 years ago.Hi