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  1. a test for the convergence of a series whose terms are real or complex numbers

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  2. a term from mathematics

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  3. Consider the series: Putting this into the ratio test: limn→ᵢnfty ≦ft| \fracan₊₁ an \right| &= limn→ᵢnfty ≦ft| \frac\fracn+1eⁿ⁺¹ \fracneⁿ \right|\\ &= \frac1e < 1

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  4. The test was first published by Jean le Rond d'Alembert and is sometimes known as d'Alembert's ratio test

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  5. The test makes use of the number where "lim sup" denotes the limit superior as n goes to infinity

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