Calculus
posted by Shaniquaa .
how do I know if the series ln(n)/(2n) is DV or CV?

Do you mean divergent or convergent?

Yes. I found that the limit of the sequence goes to 0 and that it is a positive term series. Now what do I do?

ln(n)/n > 1/n and the series 1/n diverges.
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