calculus
posted by john
is this correct?
use the integral test to determine if this series is convergent or divergent:
the series from n=2 to infinity of 1/(n*square root of (ln(n)))
I said it was divergent because the integral went to infinity
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

Calculus
For what values of p>0 does the series Riemann Sum [n=1 to infinity] 1/ [n(ln n) (ln(ln n))^p] converge and for what values does it diverge? 
calculusrepostthanks
Is this correct? determine if absolutely convergent and convergent 1. the series from n=0 to infinity of ((1)^n)/n! I said it was abs. conv, and therefore conv 2. the series from n=0 to infinity of (1)^n/(the square root of (n^2+n+1)) 
Precalculus
Which of the following series is divergent? 
calculus (integral test)
use integral test to determine whether the series is convergent or divergent infinity (sum symbol) n=1 1/(sqrt n)^5 
calculus
use the integral test to determine whether the series is convergent or divergent ∑ n=9 1/n(ln n)^3 
Calculus
Determine whether the series is convergent or divergent. If it is convergent, find its sum. If it is divergent, enter NONE. sum from 1 to infinity of 1/e^2n. It is convergent, but I do not know how to solve for the sum. 
Calculus 2 (Series  Convergent or Divergent?)
Can someone show me a step by step process and explanation how to solve this problem? 
Integral Calculus  Series
Find if series is convergent or divergent. Series from n=2 to infinity (4n+7)/(3n^3 8n) 
Calculus II
I need to find if the summation of (n^4)/(n^10 + 1) is convergent or divergent from n=1 to infinity. I tried splitting it up into two sums, one being 1/n^6, which would be convergent because p=6>1, and then the other being n^4, … 
Calculus
Use the Comparison Theorem to determine whether the following integral is convergent or divergent. S= integral sign b=infinity and a=1 S(9(cosx^2))/ (1+x^2) dx