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1. (1 pt)

Use the Integral Test to determine whether the infinite series

is convergent.

4nen

n7

n=1

A. converges

B. diverges

SOLUTION:

n=1

integral.

Enter inf for , -inf for , and DNE if the limit does not

exist.

R

Compare with 1

dx =

By the Integral Test,

Solution:

Let f (x) = x7 . This function is continuous, positive and

decreasing on the interval x 1, so the Integral Test applies.

Moreover,

Z R

Z

1

x7 dx = 16 lim R6 1 = .

x7 dx = lim

R 1

R

6

1

4nen

n=1

3. (1 pt)

Use the Integral Test to determine whether the infinite series

is convergent.

n2

Solution:

2

Let f (x) = 4xex . This function is continuous and positive

on the interval x 1. Moreover, because

we see that f 0 (x) < 0 for x 1, so f is decreasing on the interval x 1. The Integral Test therefore applies. To evaluate the

improper integral, we use the substitution u = x2 , du = 2x dx.

We then find

4xe

x2

Z R

dx = lim

R 1

4xex dx

2

4

2

lim eR e1 = 1 .

2 R

e

4nen

Solution:

Let f (x) =

also con-

x2

9

3

x +6 2

(

)

on the interval x 17. Moreover, because

n=1

verges.

(n3 + 6) 2

Fill in the corresponding integrand and the value of the improper

integral.

Enter inf for , -inf for , and DNE if the limit does not

exist.

R

Compare with 17

dx =

By the Integral Test,

n2

the infinite series

9

n=17 (n3 + 6) 2

A. converges

B. diverges

SOLUTION:

n=17

2

f 0 (x) = 4ex 1 2x2 ,

also con-

n=1

verges.

A. converges

B. diverges

SOLUTION:

n7

2. (1 pt)

Use the Integral Test to determine whether the infinite series

is convergent.

f (x) =

n7

n=1

9

7

2x x3 + 6 2 x2 92 x3 + 6 2 3x2

(x3 + 6)9

x(24 23x3 )

11

2(x3 + 6) 2

interval x 17. The Integral Test therefore applies. To evaluate the improper integral, we use the substitution u = x3 + 6,

du = 3x2 dx. We then find

integral.

Enter inf for , -inf for , and DNE if the limit does not

exist.

R

Compare with 1

dx =

By the Integral Test,

Z

17

1

x2

Z R

9

(x3 + 6) 2

dx = lim

R 17

x2

9

(x3 + 6) 2

dx =

1

lim

3 R

Z R3 +6

du

173 +6

u9/2

2

lim

=

21 R

(R3 + 6) 2

1

7

4919 2

n=17

converges.

n+1

an+1

e

n!

= e

an (n + 1)! en = n + 1

7 .

21 4919 2

n2

also

and

(n3 + 6) 2

an+1

= 0 < 1.

= lim

n an

4. (1 pt)

Apply the Ratio Test to determine convergence or divergence, or state that the Ratio Test is inconclusive.

n=1

n=1

n=1

1

n ln n

n=1

is:

an+1

=

= lim

n an

n=1

Solution:

With an = n ln1 n ,

an+1

1

n ln n

n

ln n

an = (n + 1) ln(n + 1) 1 = n + 1 ln(n + 1) ,

an+1

= 1 lim ln n .

= lim

n ln(n + 1)

n an

Now, using LHopitals

Rule,

and

an+1 1

= < 1.

= lim

n an

6

ln n

ln x

1/(x + 1)

x

= lim

= lim

= lim

= 1.

x x + 1

ln(n + 1) x ln(x + 1) x 1/x

n=1

1

n=2 n ln n .

1

Using the Integral Test, we can show that the series

n=2 n ln n

diverges.

1

6n

7. (1 pt)

Use the Root Test to determine the convergence or divergence of the given series or state that the Root Test is inconclusive.

n+9 n

n=1 2n + 16

p

L = lim n |a | =

(Enter inf for .)

5. (1 pt)

Apply the Ratio Test to determine convergence or divergence, or state that the Ratio Test is inconclusive.

en

n!

n=1

n=1

an+1

=

= lim

n an

is:

an+1

1 6n

1

an = 6n+1 1 = 6

and

1

6n

A. convergent

B. divergent

C. The Ratio Test is inconclusive

SOLUTION:

SOLUTION:

lim

6n

A. convergent

B. divergent

C. The Ratio Test is inconclusive

6. (1 pt)

Apply the Ratio Test to determine convergence or divergence, or state that the Ratio Test is inconclusive.

n ln n

an+1

=

= lim

n an

en

n!

n+9

2n+16

n

is:

A. convergent

B. divergent

C. The Root Test is inconclusive

SOLUTION:

en

n=1 n! is:

A. convergent

B. divergent

C. The Ratio Test is inconclusive

n+9 n

Solution: With an = 2n+16

,

s

n+9 n

n+9

n

an = n

=

2n + 16

2n + 16

SOLUTION:

2

n

1

Since

converges (its a geometric series with |r| =

n=1 6

1

1

6 < 1 ), we conclude by the Comparison Test that n6n also

n=1

converges.

and

lim

1

n

an < 1.

2

n=1

8. (1 pt)

Use the Root Test to determine the convergence or divergence of the given series or state that the Root Test is inconclusive.

1 n

1

+

4n

n=1

p

n

(Enter inf for .)

L = lim |an | =

n

1 n

is:

n=4 1 + 4n

A. convergent

B. divergent

C. The Root Test is inconclusive

SOLUTION:

10. (1 pt)

Use the Comparison Test to determine whether the infinite

series is convergent.

n5

n5 + n

n=1

By the Comparison Test,

1

n5

the infinite series 5

n=1 n + n

A. converges

B. diverges

1 n

,

Solution: With an = 1 + 4n

s

1 n

1 1

n

n

an =

1+

= 1+

4n

4n

and

lim

SOLUTION:

Solution:

For n 1,

n

an = 11 = 1.

1 n

. Because

1 + 4n

n5

1

n5

5 = 24 .

n5 + n

n

n5

n=1

"

# 14

1

1 n

1 4n

lim an = lim 1 +

= e 4 6= 0,

1+

= lim

n

n

n

4n

4n

24

24 is a p-series with p = 5 > 1, so it conn5

verges. By the Comparison Test we can therefore conclude that

The series

n=1

n5

the series

n=1 n5 +n also converges.

9. (1 pt)

Use the Comparison Test to determine whether the infinite

series is convergent.

1

n6n

n=1

11. (1 pt)

Determine the convergence or divergence of the series

cos8 (n)

n4

n=1

1

By the Comparison Test, the infinite series n

n6

n=1

A. converges

B. diverges

This series is divergent.

SOLUTION:

SOLUTION:

SOLUTION

8

Note that 0 cos8 (n) 1. So 0 cosn4(n) n14 .

1

Now,

n=1 n4 converges because it is a p-series with p = 4 >

Solution:

n

1

We compare with the geometric series

. For n 1,

6

n

1

1

1

n=

.

n6n

6

6

cos (n)

1. So by the Comparison Test,

converges.

n=1 n4

3

12. (1 pt)

7

n

.

Determine convergence or divergence of

6n

+

9

n=1

SOLUTION:

A. converges

B. diverges

SOLUTION

1 + (1)n

9n

n=1

SOLUTION:

Solution:

Apply the Limit Comparison Test with an =

1

:

6

7n

6n+9

7n

6n+9

1

6

and bn =

The series

1

6

7

therefore is divergent.

n

1

= lim

= .

n 6n + 9

6

is a divergent p-series p =

6

7

15. (1 pt)

Determine the convergence or divergence of the series

< 1 . Be-

n=1 n

cause L > 0 exists, by theLimit Comparison Test we can con

7

n

clude that the series

also diverges.

6n

+

9

n=1

5

sin n

n=1

13. (1 pt)

Determine the convergence or divergence of the series

SOLUTION:

10n

20n 2n

SOLUTION

Motivated by the approximation sin(x) x for small x, apply

the Limit Comparison Test with the series 1n .

n=1

This series is divergent.

SOLUTION:

lim

=

=

=

=

sin( 5n )

5

n

=

=

SOLUTION

n

10n

The terms 2010

n 2n suggest we look at the series 20n .

n

10n

Let an = 2010

n 2n and bn = 20n . We will use the Limit Comparison test:

an

lim

n bn

1

1

n

9 n=1

n7

1

1

1

9 + 18 + 27 +

1 1

1

1

9 1 + 2 + 3 +

=

=

n7

an

L = lim

= lim

n bn

n

1

1

= 0 + 91 + 0 + 18

+ 0 + 27

+

=

=

=

20n

lim n

n 20 2n

20n ln(20)

lim n

n 20 ln(20) 1

20n (ln(20))2

lim n

n 20 (ln(20))2

1

cos( 5n )(5/n2 )

n

5/n2

5

lim cos

n

n

5

cos lim

n n

cos 0

1

lim

if and only if n1 converges. But the latter series is the Harmonic

Series, and is divergent.

16. (1 pt)

Determine the convergence or divergence of the series

parison Test,

n=1 20n 2n converges.

(1)n1

n2/5

n=1

14. (1 pt)

Determine the convergence or divergence of the series

This series is conditionally convergent.

1 + (1)n

9n

n=1

4

SOLUTION:

SOLUTION

n1

Let an = (1)

.

n2/5

1

1

, and n2/5

is divergent since

The absolute value of an is n2/5

it is a p-series with p 1. So the given series is not absolutely

convergent.

1

1

However, { n2/5

} is decreasing, and limn n2/5

= 0. So by

SOLUTION:

SOLUTION

Let an = cos(9n)

8n .

(1)n1

n=1 n2/5 is convergent.

Therefore the given series is conditionally convergent.

81n .

8n

1

17. (1 pt)

Determine the convergence or divergence of the series

| cos(9n)|

|r| = 18 < 1. So by the Comparison Test,

conn=1

8n

verges.

cos(9n)

Therefore

is absolutely converent.

n=1 8n

(1)n n6

5

n=1 n + 4

20. (1 pt)

Determine convergence or divergence by any method.

n=1

n6

n7 n

A. converges

B. diverges

SOLUTION:

SOLUTION:

SOLUTION

n n6

.

Let an = (1)

n5 +4

A series cannot converge if its terms do not approach 0 as

n . Since the degree of the numerator of an is greater than

the degree of the denominator, limn an does not exist. There(1)n n6

fore

n=1 n5 +4 diverges.

Solution:

Apply the Limit Comparison Test and compare with the divergent harmonic series:

L

n6

n7 n

= lim 1

n

n

n7

= 1.

n n7 n

= lim

18. (1 pt)

Determine the convergence or divergence of the series

sin n

4

n3

n=1

n=1

n6

n7 n

diverges.

21. (1 pt)

Determine the convergence or divergence of the series

7 n7 + 7

n=1

SOLUTION:

SOLUTION:

SOLUTION

sin( n )

Let an = n34 .

We have that 0 |an | n13 . And n13 is convergent because

it is a p-series with p > 1. So |an | is convergent by the Comparison Test. So an is absolutely convergent.

SOLUTION

the 7th power and 7th root suggest that we apply the Limit Comparison Test with n1 .

1

Let an =

and bn = n1 .

7 7

n +7

19. (1 pt)

Determine the convergence or divergence of the series

lim

an

n bn

=

=

cos(9n)

8n

n=1

=

5

lim

n 7 n7 + 7

1

lim p

1 + 7/n7

1

n 7

1

So by the Limit Comparison Test,

n=1 7 7

n +7

converges if

SOLUTION

The series certainly converges for x = 12. For x 6= 12, we can

apply the ratio test:

1 is divergent.

So

n=1 7 7

n +7

an+1

=

lim

n an

=

22. (1 pt)

Determine the convergence or divergence of the series

(1)n+1

(2n + 10)!

n=1

|x 12| > 1.

There are two cases where |x 12| = 1.

If x = 13, then the series simplifies to

n=0 n which is not

convergent.

n

If x = 11, then the series simplifies to

n=0 (1) n which is

not convergent.

So the interval of convergence is (11, 13).

This series is divergent.

SOLUTION:

SOLUTION

(1)n+1

} is alternating. If an =

The sequence { (2n+10)!

|an | =

1

(2n+10)!

(1)n+1

(2n+10)! ,

n+1

lim

(x 12)

n

n

|x 12|

then

n+1

(1)

as n . By the Leibniz Test,

n=1 (2n+10)! must be convergent.

25. (1 pt)

Find the interval of convergence for the power series

23. (1 pt)

Use the Ratio Test to determine the radius of convergence of

the following series:

2n n

x

n=1 n

xn

22n

, type INF. If there is only one point in the interval of convergence, the interval notation is [a]. For example, if 0 is the only

point in the interval of convergence, you would answer with [0].

n=0

R=

SOLUTION:

Solution:

With an =

xn

22n ,

SOLUTION:

an+1 |x|n+1 22n

|x|

an = 22n+1 |x|n = 22

and

SOLUTION

The series certainly converges for x = 0. For x 6= 0, we can

apply the ratio test:

an+1 |x|

= .

= lim

n an

22

n+1

2 xn+1

n+1

lim n

n 2 xn

n

n

=

lim

|2x|

n n + 1

=

|2x|

an+1

=

lim

n an

|x|

22

< 1, or

|x| < 22, and diverges when = |x|

>

1,

or

|x|

>

22.

The

radius

22

of convergence is therefore R = 22.

24. (1 pt)

Find the interval of convergence for the power series

So the series converges for |2x| < 1 and diverges for |2x| > 1.

That is, it converges for |x| < 12 and diverges for |x| > 12 .

There are two cases where |x| = 12 .

1

If x = 21 , then the series simplifies to

n=1 n which is the

Harmonic Series, and not convergent.

n1

If x = 12 , then the series simplifies to

n=1 (1) n which is

the Alternating Harmonic Series, and is convergent.

So the interval of convergence is 21 , 12 .

n (x 12)

n=0

, type INF. If there is only one point in the interval of convergence, the interval notation is [a]. For example, if 0 is the only

point in the interval of convergence, you would answer with [0].

SOLUTION:

6

|x + 5| > 1.

There are two cases where |x + 5| = 1.

(1)n

If x = 6, then the series simplifies to

n=10 n8 which is

convergent by the Leibniz Test.

1

If x = 4, then the series simplifies to

n=10 n8 which is a

convergent p-Series.

So the interval of convergence is [6, 4].

26. (1 pt)

Find the interval of convergence for the power series

n=0

, type INF. If there is only one point in the interval of convergence, the interval notation is [a]. For example, if 0 is the only

point in the interval of convergence, you would answer with [0].

28. (1 pt)

Find the interval of convergence for the power series

SOLUTION:

(10)n

(x 7)n

n!

n=0

SOLUTION

The series certainly converges for x = 0. For x 6= 0, we can

apply the ratio test:

(1)n+1 n+1 x2n+2

an+1

n+1

49

= lim

lim

n

n an

(1)n 49nn x2n

n+1 2

=

lim

x

n 49n

1 2

=

49 x

, type INF. If there is only one point in the interval of convergence, the interval notation is [a]. For example, if 0 is the only

point in the interval of convergence, you would answer with [0].

SOLUTION:

SOLUTION

The series certainly converges for x = 7. For x 6= 7, we can

apply the ratio test:

(10)n+1

n+1

an+1

(n+1)! (x 7)

= lim

lim

n an

n (10)n (x 7)n

1 2

1 2

So the series converges for 49

x < 1 and diverges for 49

x >

1. That is, it converges for 7 < x < 7 and diverges for x < 7

and x > 7.

1 2

There are two cases where 49

x = 1.

If x = 7, then the series simplifies to

n=0 n which is not

convergent.

n

If x = 7, then the series simplifies to

n=0 (1) n which is

also not convergent.

So the interval of convergence is (7, 7).

n!

=

=

10

|x 7|

n+1

0

27. (1 pt)

Find the interval of convergence for the power series

29. (1 pt)

Use Eq. (1) from the text to expand the function into a power

series with center c = 0 and determine the set of x for which the

expansion is valid.

(x + 5)n

n8

n=10

, type INF. If there is only one point in the interval of convergence, the interval notation is [a]. For example, if 0 is the only

point in the interval of convergence, you would answer with [0].

f (x) =

1

15x

SOLUTION:

1

1 5x

=

n=0

SOLUTION:

SOLUTION

The series certainly converges for x = 5. For x 6= 5, we

can apply the ratio test:

(x+5)n+1

an+1

(n+1)8

=

lim

lim

n

n an

n (x+5)

n8

1

= (5x)n = (5)n xn .

1 5x n=0

n=0

This series is valid for |5x| < 1, or |x| < 15 . Thus, the interval of

1

convergence is 1

5 ,5 .

n8

|x + 5|

n (n + 1)8

|x + 5|

=

=

lim

lim

SOLUTION:

30. (1 pt)

Expand the function f (x) =

1

in a power series with

1 + 10x

Solution:

Substituting 3x for x in the Maclaurin series for

center c = 0.

1

= an xn , where an =

1 + 10x n=0

What is the interval of convergence? Give your answer using interval notation. If you need to use , type INF. If there is

only one point in the interval of convergence, the interval notation is [a]. For example, if 0 is the only point in the interval of

convergence, you would answer with [0].

.

The interval of convergence is

SOLUTION:

1

1x

gives

1

= (3x)n

1 3x n=0

This series is valid for |3x| < 1, or |x| < 31 . Thus, the interval of

convergence is ( 13 , 31 ).

33. (1 pt)

Find the Maclaurin series for f (x) = cos(15x).

cos(15x) =

n=0

using interval notation. If you need to use , type INF. If there

is only one point in the interval of convergence, the interval notation is [a]. For example, if 0 is the only point in the interval of

convergence, you would answer with [0].

The expansion is valid on

.

SOLUTION:

SOLUTION

The geometric series tells us that

1

1r

rn

n=0

1

1 + 10x

(10x)n

n=0

SOLUTION

The Maclaurin series for sin(x) has

n n

(10)

cos(x) =

Since the geometric series equality holds exactly when |r| <

1, the equality we have holds exactly when | 10x| < 1. Than

1

.

is, when |x| < 10

1 1

So the interval of convergence is 10

, 10 .

f (x) =

SOLUTION:

f 00 (0) = 1,

(2n)!

n=0

cos(15x) =

for all x. So this Maclaurin expansion is valid for x in (, ).

if

f 0 (0) = 12,

31. (1 pt)

Write out the first four terms of the Maclaurin series of f (x)

f (0) = 10,

(1)n x2n

n=0 (2n)!

n=0

f 000 (0) = 14

34. (1 pt)

Find the Maclaurin series for f (x) = sin(2x).

sin(2x) =

n=0

using interval notation. If you need to use , type INF. If there

is only one point in the interval of convergence, the interval notation is [a]. For example, if 0 is the only point in the interval of

convergence, you would answer with [0].

The expansion is valid on

.

SOLUTION:

Solution:

The first four terms of the Maclaurin series of f (x) are

f (0) + f 0 (0)x +

x +

x

2!

3!

= 12x 10 +

x2 14x3

+

.

2

6

32. (1 pt)

Find the Maclaurin series and corresponding interval of convergence of the following function.

f (x) =

SOLUTION

The Maclaurin series for sin(x) has

(1)n x2n+1

n=0 (2n + 1)!

sin(x) =

1

1 3x

f (x) =

(2n + 1)!

n=0

sin(2x) =

n=0

8

all x. So this Maclaurin expansion is valid for x in (, ).

SOLUTION

The Maclaurin series for ex has

ex

35. (1 pt)

3

Find the Maclaurin series for f (x) = x2 ex .

x3

x2 e =

xn

n!

n=0

Substituting

n=0

x3

for x gives

ex

using interval notation. If you need to use , type INF. If there

is only one point in the interval of convergence, the interval notation is [a]. For example, if 0 is the only point in the interval of

convergence, you would answer with [0].

.

The expansion is valid on

SOLUTION:

x3n

n=0 n!

x 2 ex

n! x3n+2

n=0

x3

all x. So this Maclaurin expansion is valid for x in (, ).

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