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MAJOR CORE 4: SEQUENCES AND SERIES

Subject Code : U12MA3MCT04

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.1

Level: K

Type: MCQ

1. If the partial sum Sn of the series un tends to a finite limit s, then the series is said to

a) diverge b) converge

c) oscillate finitely d) oscillate infinitely

Key:(b) converge

2. If the partial sum Sn of the series un tends to or to -, the series is said to

a) converge

b) diverge

c) oscillate finitely

d) oscillate infinitely

Key:(b) diverge

3. If the partial sum Sn of the series un tends to more than one limit, the series is said to

a) converge

b) diverge

c) either converge or diverge

d) oscillate

Key:(d) oscillate

4. If u1 + u2 + ...+ un + ... is convergent, then um+1 + um+2 + ... + um+n + ... is

a) convergent

b) either convergent or divergent

c) divergent

d) oscillatory

Key:(a) convergent

5. If u1 + u2 + ...+ un + ... is divergent, then um+1 + um+2 + ... + um+n + ... is

a) convergent

b) either convergent or divergent

c) divergent

d) oscillatory

Key:(c) divergent

6. If u1 + u2 + ... is convergent then ku1 + ku2 + ... is

a) convergent

b) oscillatory

c) divergent

d) either convergent or divergent

Key:(a) convergent

7. If u1 + u2 + ... and v1 + v2 + ... are both convergent then the series (un+vn) is

a) oscillatory

b) convergent

c) divergent d) either convergent or divergent.

Key:(b) convergent

a) convergent

c) divergent

d) either convergent or oscillatory

Key:(b) either convergent or divergent

Lim un

a) 0

b) 1

is equal to

c) -1

d) 2

Key:(a) 0

10. If the limit of the nth term is not zero, then the series

a) converges

b) oscillates infinitely

c) does not converge

d) oscillates finitely

Key:(c) does not converge

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.1

Level: U

Type: MCQ

ur

r 1

1. The series

where ur = r is

a) oscillating finitely

c) oscillating infinitely

b) convergent

d) divergent

Key:(d) divergent

1 1

1

2 3 ...

2 2

2

2. The series

a) oscillating finitely

c) oscillating infinitely

is

b) convergent

d) divergent

Key:(b) convergent

(-1)r 1

r 1

3. The series

is

a) oscillating finitely

c) oscillating infinitely

b) convergent

d) divergent

Key:(a) oscillating finitely

(-1)r 1

r 1

4. The series

r is

a) oscillating finitely

c) oscillating infinitely

b) convergent

d) divergent

Key:(c) oscillating infinitely

xn

a) x = 1

n 0

converges if

b) |x| < 1

c) |x| >1

d) |x| 1

Key:(b) |x| < 1

c) x 1

d) x 0

Key:(c) x 1

xn

n 0

a) x < 1

diverges if

b) x = -1

xn

a) x < 1

n 0

oscillates finitely if

b) x > 1

c) x = -1

d) x = 1

Key:(c) x = -1

xn

a) x 1

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.1

n 0

oscillates infinitely if

b) x = -1

c) x > -1

d) x < -1

Key:(d) x < -1

Level: U

Type: M & C

1. Match the nature of the geometric series 1 + x + x2 + ... with their corresponding

conditions and choose the correct answer.

1. converges

A. x = -1

2. diverges

B. x < -1

3. oscillates finitely

C. |x| >1

4. oscillates infinitely

D. x 1

E. |x| < 1

a) 1E, 2D, 3A, 4B

d) 1E, 2C, 3B, 4A

Key:(a) 1E, 2D, 3A, 4B

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.1

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Level: K

Type: VSA

Define convergent series.

Define divergent series.

Define oscillatory series

Given an example of a convergent series.

Give an example of a divergent series.

Lim un 0

7

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.1

1

1 1

...

2 22

2. What is the nature of the series 1+2+3+...?

Level: U

Type: VSA

(1)r 1

r 1

(1)r 1

r 1

r?

xn

n 0

if |x| < 1?

xn

n 0

when x

1?

xn

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.1

n 0

if x = -1 ?

Level: K

Type: PA

Lim un 0

. Is the converse true?.

Justify your answer.

2. Discuss the nature of the geometric series 1+x+x2+... for all possible values of x.

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.2

Level: K

Type: MCQ

un

vn

1. If vn is convergent and if

k, then un is

a) convergent b) oscillating finitely

c) divergent d) oscillating infinitely

Key:(a) convergent

un

k

vn

and vn is divergent then un

a) converges

b) oscillates finitely c) diverges d) oscillates infinitely

Key:(c) diverges

un

n v n

Lim

3. If vn is convergent and

0 and finite then un

a) oscillates finitely

b) convergent

c) oscillates infinitely d) divergent

Key:(b) convergent

un

n v n

Lim

4. If vn is divergent and

0 and finite then un is

a) oscillating finitely b) converges

c) oscillating infinitely d) diverges

Key:(d) diverges

1

5. The series

a) k < 1

nk

is convergent when

b) k = 1

c) k = -1

d) k > 1

Key:(d) k > 1

is divergent when

b) k > 1

c) k 1

d) k < 1

Key:(a) k 1

6. The series

a) k 1

nk

un 1

k 1

n un

Lim

7. If

a) convergent

then un is

b) oscillating finitely c) divergent

d) oscillating infinitely

Key:(a) convergent

un 1

k 1

n un

Lim

8. If

a) convergent

then un is

b) oscillating finitely c) divergent

d) oscillating infinitely

Key:(c) divergent

Lim

n

un1

1

un

9. If

then the series of positive terms is

a) neither convergent nor divergent b) convergent

c) divergent

d) either convergent or divergent

Key:(d) either convergent or divergent

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.2

Level: U

Type: MCQ

a)

n

(2n 1)(2n 1)

1

n

b)

1

n

c)

1

n

d) n2

Key:(c)

n2 1

b) n2

c)

1

n

d) n3

Key:(c)

3. For the series

a)

n

n 1

b)

1

n

1

n

a) n

c)

d)

3

n

Key:(a)

1

n

Unit : II

Level: U

Sub Unit : 2.2

Type: A & R

1. Of the following pair of statements one is an assertion and the second is a possible

reason read the statements carefully and mark your answer according to the following key.

Assertion :

The series

1

2

3

...

1.3 3.5 5.7

is divergent

1

n

Reason :

The series

is divergent

(a) Both are true and the reason is an adequate explanation to the assertion.

(b) Both are true but the reason does not explain the assertion.

(c) Assertion is true but the reason is false.

(d) Both are false statements.

Key:(a) Both are true and the reason is an adequate explanation to the

assertion.

2. Of the following pair of statements one is an assertion and the second is a possible

reason read the statements carefully and mark your answer according to the following key.

Assertion :

The series

1

2

3

...

1.5 3.7 5.9

Reason

The series

1

n

is divergent

is convergent

2

(a) Both are true and the reason is an adequate explanation to the assertion.

(b) Both are true but the reason does not explain the assertion.

(c) Assertion is true but the reason is false.

(d) Both are false statements.

Key:(b) Both are true but the reason does not explain the assertion.

3. Of the following pair of statements one is an assertion and the second is a possible

reason read the statements carefully and mark your answer according to the following key.

Assertion :

The series

3

7

11

...

1.3 3.5 5.7

is divergent

1

n2

Reason :

The series

is divergent

(a) Both are true and the reason is an adequate explanation to the assertion.

(b) Both are true but the reason does not explain the assertion.

(c) Assertion is true but the reason is false.

(d) Both are false statements.

Key:(c) Assertion is true but the reason is false.

4. Of the following pair of statements one is an assertion and the second is a possible

reason read the statements carefully and mark your answer according to the following key.

Assertion :

The series

1

2

3

...

1.3 3.5 5.7

Reason

The series

1

n

is convergent

is convergent

(a) Both are true and the reason is an adequate explanation to the assertion.

(b) Both are true but the reason does not explain the assertion.

(c) Assertion is true but the reason is false.

(d) Both are false statements.

Key:(d) Both are false statements.

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.2

Level: K

Type: VSA

2. State comparison test for divergent series.

4.

5.

6.

7.

1

np

to be convergent.

1

np

to be divergent.

State Cauchys condensation test.

State D Alemberts ratio test for convergent series.

State D Alemberts ratio test for divergent series.

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.2

Level: K

Type: PA

lim

convergent,if k<1

un 1

un

un 1

n u

n

lim

divergent,if k>1.

un 1

n u

n

is

is

lim

=1.

n2n +1

+1

n=0

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.2

Level: U

Type: PA

(a n) p (b n) q

2. Discuss the convergency of the series

integers.

1.2

2.3

3.4

...

3.4.5 4.5.6 5.6.7

4. Examine the convergency of the series

( 1+ a ) (1+b) ( 2+a )( 2+ b)

+

+

1.2 .3

2.3.4

,a,b>0

(

5. Test for convergency or divergency the series

1

n 4 1 n4 1)

1 2 2 33

...

22 33 44

1

(1 n) (2 n)

p

np

1 n n

th

1

1k

x

3k

x2

5k

...

12. Discuss the convergence of the series

x n 1

(2n 1)k

+ where x>0.

...

3 3.5 3.5.7 3.5.7.9

14. Discuss the convergency of the series

values of x.

( 1n ) .

n

n 1

1

n tan

3.6.9...3n

2n

.

4.7.10...(3n 1) 3n 2

1

1

1

1

...

2

3

1 x 1 2 x 1 3x 1 4 x 4

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.2

1.a). State and prove cauchys condensation test.

for positive

Level: K

Type: E

(7)

n3 1

n

n 0 2 1

(8)

1

3

5

7

+

+...

1.2.3 2.3.4 3.4.5 4.5.6

b). State and prove Cauchys condensation test and hence show that the series

1

1 1

...

2 3

is divergent.

(7)

(8)

n(log n)

condensation test.

b). State and prove DAlembertss ratio test.

by using Cauchys

(7)

(8)

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.2

Level: U

Type: E

1.2

2.3

3.4

...

3.4.5 4.5.6 5.6.7

(7)

1

k

divergent when k 1.

2.

1

k

1

3k

...

(8)

positive values of x.

(7)

1

1

1

1

...

2

3

1 x 1 2 x 1 3x 1 4 x 4

(8)

(7)

x

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.3

for

1 x

converges.

(8)

Level: K

Type: MCQ

Limun1/n l 1

n

1. If

then un is

a) oscillating finitely

c) oscillating infinitely

b) convergent

d) divergent

Key:(b) convergent

Limun1/n l 1

n

2. If

then un is

a) oscillating finitely

c) oscillating infinitely

b) convergent

d) divergent

Key:(d) divergent

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.3

Level: U

Type: MCQ

1. If vn converges and if

a) converges

c) diverges

un1 vn1

un

vn

nm then un

b) oscillates finitely

d) oscillates infinitely

Key:(a) converges

2. If vn diverges and if

a) converges

c) diverges

un1 vn1

un

vn

nm then un

b) oscillates finitely

d) oscillates infinitely

Key:(c) diverges

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.2

Level:K

Type: A & R

1. Of the following pair of statements one is an assertion and the second is a possible

reason read the statements carefully and mark your answer according to the following key.

(log n)

Assertion : The series

n 1

is convergent.

u

n 1

lim un n

is convergent if as

<1.

(a) Both are true and the reason is an adequate explanation to the assertion.

(b) Both are true but the reason does not explain the assertion.

(c) Assertion is true but the reason is false.

(d) Both are false statements.

Key:(a) Both are true and the reason is an adequate explanation to the

assertion.

2. Of the following pair of statements one is an assertion and the second is a possible

reason read the statements carefully and mark your answer according to the following key.

(log n)

Assertion : The series

n 1

is convergent.

u

n 1

lim un n

is convergent if as

>1.

(a) Both are true and the reason is an adequate explanation to the assertion.

(b) Both are true but the reason does not explain the assertion.

(c) Assertion is true but the reason is false.

(d) Both are false statements.

Key:(c) Assertion is true but the reason is false.

3. Of the following pair of statements one is an assertion and the second is a possible

reason read the statements carefully and mark your answer according to the following key.

(1 n )

Assertion : The series

n 1

is divergent.

u

n 1

lim un

1

n

is divergent according as

<1.

(a) Both are true and the reason is an adequate explanation to the assertion.

(b) Both are true but the reason does not explain the assertion.

(c) Assertion is true but the reason is false.

(d) Both are false statements.

Key:(c) Assertion is true but the reason is false.

4. Of the following pair of statements one is an assertion and the second is a possible

reason read the statements carefully and mark your answer according to the following key.

(1 n )

Assertion : The series

n 1

is convergent.

u

Reason

: The series

n 1

lim un n

is convergent according as

<1.

(a) Both are true and the reason is an adequate explanation to the assertion.

(b) Both are true but the reason does not explain the assertion.

(c) Assertion is true but the reason is false.

(d) Both are false statements.

Key:(a) Both are true and the reason is an adequate explanation to the

assertion.

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.3

Level: K

Type: VSA

1. State Cauchys root test for testing convergence of a series of positive terms.

2. State Raabes test for testing the convergence of a series of positive terms.

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.3

Level: U

Type: VSA

(1 n )

1

converges.

1

(log)

2. using Cauchys root test show that

n2

converges.

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.3

Level: K

Type: PA

lim(n log

un

2. Prove that the series

lim(n log

un

3. Prove that the series

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.3

un

) 1

un 1

un

) 1

un 1

Level: U

Type: PA

un

1. If

vn

and

of n

un

un

2. If

will converge if

vn

and

un

un1 vn1

un

vn

vn

un1 vn1

un

vn

vn

will diverges if

converges.

diverges.

4. Prove that the series

.

...

2 b 2.4 b (b 1) 2.4.6 b(b 1) (b 2)

1 +

b > a+

1

2

1

if +1.

1 (1 ) (2 )

...

1 (1 ) (2 )

1 x 2 1.3 x3 1.3.5 x 4

x .

.

...

2 3 2.4 5 2.4.6 7

x2

12

u

lim n n 1 1 logn

n

un1

2x 3 2 x 2 4 3 x 3 5 4 x 4

...

2!

3!

4!

5!

22

12.3 2

2 2.4 2

.where x>0.

2 4 2 .4

2 .42.62 8

x

x6

x ...

3.4

3.4.5.6

3.4.5.6.7.8

12.3 2.5 2

2 2.4 2.6 2

...

by using

to .

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.3

Level: K

Type: E

(n 1)r

nn+1

is convergent if r < 1 and divergent if r 1. (7)

b). State and prove Cauchys root test.

(8)

1 1 1.3 1 1.3.5 1

1 .

.

. ...

2 3 2.4 5 2.4.6 7

converges.

(7)

un

b). Prove that the series

`

u

lim( n log n ) 1

n

un 1

(8)

x 2n !

n

3.a). Examine the convergence of the infinite series whose nth term is

b). State and prove Cauchys root test.

n !

Unit : II

Sub Unit : 2.3

Level: U

Type: E

1

where x> 0.

un

b). If

(7)

(8)

(1! ) 2

(2! ) 2 2 (3! ) 2 3

x

x

.x ...

2!

4!

6!

(7)

vn

and

un

un1 vn1

un

vn

will converge if

for all

vn

converges.

(8)

b). State and prove Raabes test.

(n 1)(n 2)....(n n)

nn

(7)

(8)

1+

a a (a 1)

a(a 1) (a 2)

....

b b (b 1)

b(b 1) (b 2)

is converges if b-1>a>0.

(7)

un

b). If

values of

(8)

vn

and

n m

,then prove that

if +1.

un

1 (1 ) (2 )

...

1 (1 ) (2 )

***********

un1 vn1

un

vn

will diverges if

vn

for all

diverges.

(7)

12

12.3 2 12.3 2.5 2

...

22

22.4 2 22.4 2.6 2

(8)

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