Posted by **Steven** on Friday, June 7, 2013 at 9:57pm.

I'm trying to find the radius of convergence for

$(x-2)^n/(2x+1)

I did the ratio test and ended up with:

absolute value[(x-2)/(2x+1)]<1

How would I solve for the inequality at this point?

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