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Calculus III

Course: Calculus III
Topic: Sequences and Infinite Series
Subtopic: General Strategy

Overview

With several series tests in our toolbox now, it helps to have a general strategy for determining which test to use on which series. The links below provide that help. Try them out and see which work best for you.

Objectives

By the end of this topic you should know and be prepared to be tested on:

• 11.10.1 Have and be able to use effectively a general strategy for determining which series test to use when needing to find if a given series converges or diverges.

Supplemental Resources (required)

Download/Print: Prof. Keely's Summary of Tests for Series

Supplemental Resources (recommended)

It is recommended that you check these out and choose any that you find helpful in deciding which series test to use: