OSU MTH265 Series - Consider the following series

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(1)          Consider the following series.

 ∞           n+1

 S =         (−1)        n

3n

n=1

(a)          Show that the series converges.

(b)          Estimate the error made when the partial sum S10 is used to estimate the series S.

(c)           What is the smallest value of N we could use to estimate the series to within 0.001 ?

 (2)         Consider the following series. For the work that follows, the root or ratio test will likely be convenient!

∞            n

 x

√n

n=1

(a)          Determine the value(s) of x (if any) for which the series converges absolutely.

(b)          Determine the value(s) of x (if any) for which the series converges conditionally.

(c)           Determine the value(s) of x (if any) for which the series diverges.

 (3)         The terms of a series can also be defined recursively. Suppose

1              n + 2

a1 = 4 and an+1 = 3n + 1 an for n ≥ 1

Use an appropriate test to determine whether or not the series converges.

(4)          Generalize the result of the previous exercise. Suppose a1 > 0 and an+1 = f (n)an for some function f . Give a condition on f (n) which would guarantee that such a series converges absolutely.

 (5)         Use either the root or the ratio test on the following series. State your conclusion.

 2+1 • 3 • 4

 3+2 • 4 • 5

 4+3 • 5 • 6

 54 • 6 • 7

 + . . .

 (6)         For the power series below, determine the radius of convergence and interval of convergence. For the interval, be sure to check the endpoints!

n(x − 2)

n=0

 (7)         Use algebraic manipulation of power series to find the first three non-zero terms of the Taylor series for

ex ln(1 + x)

At most partial credit will be awarded for taking derivatives to find this instead of multi- plying the series. The Taylor series for ex and ln(1 + x) are on our posted list of common Taylor series.

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