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n=1 series to infinity (-5^n)/n^3 does it absolutely converge, diverge or conditionally converge. Would I be applying the ratio test?

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    Sorry it's *(-5)^n and I don't think its absolutely convergent, am I correct?

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    http://www.math.hmc.edu/calculus/tutorials/convergence/

    Scroll down to "Alternating series test"

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    thanks!

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