Consider the series \displaystyle \sum_{n=1}^{\infty} \left(\frac{3 n^3+1}{6 n^3+3}\right)^n . Evaluate the the following limit. If it is infinite, type "infinity" or "inf". If it does not exist, type "DNE".
\lim_{n\to\infty} \sqrt[n]{|a_n|}=L
Answer: L =

Determine whether the series is* absolutely convergent, * * conditionally convergent, * or * divergent. * Answer "Absolutely Convergent", "Conditionally Convergent", or "Divergent".

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choose one
Absolutely Convergent
Conditionally Convergent
Divergent

What can you say about the series using the Root Test? Answer "Convergent", "Divergent", or "Inconclusive".

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Determine whether the series is

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