Calculus

Which of the following series could be tested for convergence/divergence with the integral test?

the summation from n=1 to infinity of 1/n!
the summation from n=1 to infinity of 1/n
the summation from n=2 to infinity of ln(n)/n^2
a) I only
b) II only
c) II and III -------> My answer. Can you check for me, please?
d) I and II

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