Posted by **Shaniquaa** on Monday, December 1, 2008 at 2:04pm.

Why is the limit of the sum n=1 to infinity of ln(2(n+1))–ln(2n) divergent? I thought it would be -ln2 because all the other terms cancel out cancel out.

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