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Determine if convergent or divergent:
Integral 1 to infinity of e to the power of (-1/2).

  • Calculus -

    You integral does not make a lot of sense to me. e^(-1/2) is a constant, no variable.

    INT 1/sqrte dx from 1 to inf is

    1/sqrte * (infinity-1)

    I suspect you meant something else.

  • Calculus -

    sorry if i was not clear. it is
    INT 1/sqrt e (the constant) dy from 1 to infinity.
    Determine if it is convergent or divergent

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