Posted by **Chloe** on Thursday, December 1, 2011 at 8:10pm.

We are working on finding the intervals of convergence of power series in class. Why do we not have to test for the convergence of the endpoints for geometric series? They always seem to diverge. Is this a set rule when working with the geometric series for this type of problem?

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