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1. Let A be a piecewise function

-(n^4) / e^n n smaller or equal to 50

e^n / (n^3 +3) n bigger than 50

This function:

a) converges to 0
b) diverges to -infinity
c) diverges to +infinity
d) is irregular

For the first part of the function it diverges to -infinity and the second part diverges to positive infinity so its irregular?
2. Can you tell me what you mean by "converges" here? Normally a statement of convergence says something like "A(n) converges to __ / diverges as n --> ___".
3. I dont think it specified... I guess it's when you insert the limits of the function

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