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Homework Help: Calculus-Series

Posted by Lisa on Monday, July 29, 2013 at 10:34am.

Sigma with n=1 to n= positive infinity

(x^3)* (e^(-x^4))

Does it converge or diverge and use the integral test to show how. I got that it diverges, but this isn't correct. Can someone please explain? Thanks.

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