Each of the following statements is an attempt to show that
a given series is convergent or divergent using the Comparison Test
(NOT the Limit Comparison Test.)
For each statement, enter C (for "correct") if the argument
is valid, or enter I (for "incorrect") if any part of the
argument is flawed. (Note: if the conclusion is true but
the argument that led to it was wrong, you must enter I.)

1. For all , , and
the series converges, so by the Comparison
Test, the series converges.
2. For all , , and
the series converges,
so by the Comparison
Test, the series converges.
3. For all , , and
the series converges, so by the Comparison
Test, the series converges.
4. For all , , and
the series diverges, so by the Comparison
Test, the series diverges.
5. For all , , and
the series converges, so by the Comparison
Test, the series converges.
6. For all , , and
the series converges, so by the Comparison
Test, the series converges.

In order to get credit for this problem all answers must be correct.