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## Does This Sequence Converge?

/0 Comments/in Algebra, Calculus, College Algebra, L'Hopital's rule, limits, Math Test Prep, sequences, series /by Jill HackerQuestion Does the sequence converge? Solution A sequence converges if there is a limit for its terms as the number terms goes to infinity. Is there a limit of as goes to infinity? Let’s see: . Since the limit as goes to infinity of equals 0, the limit as goes to infinity of . There […]

## Solving Radical Equations

/0 Comments/in Accuplacer, Algebra, Math Test Prep /by Jill HackerThis post about solving radical equations is part of a series of posts to help you prepare for the Advanced Algebra and Functions part of the Accuplacer test. Question Does the equation have a real solution? If so, what is it? Solution This kind of equation is called a radical equation, because it contains a radical — […]

## Is This Relation a Function?

/0 Comments/in Accuplacer, Algebra, Math Test Prep /by Jill HackerThis post about whether a relation is a function is part of a series of posts to help you prepare for the Advanced Algebra and Functions part of the Accuplacer test. Question One or more of the graphs below represent 𝑦 as a function of 𝑥. Which one or ones? Solution Function/not function? A […]