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  1. sometimes called the direct comparison test is a criterion for convergence or divergence of a series whose terms are real or complex numbers

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  2. a term from mathematics

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  3. determines convergence by comparing the terms of the series in question with those of a series whose convergence properties are known

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  4. states that if the series is an absolutely convergent series and for sufficiently large n , then the series converges absolutely

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  5. In this case b is said to "dominate" a

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  6. If the series is divergent and for sufficiently large n , then the series also fails to converge absolutely (though it could still be conditionally convergent, e.g. if the an alternate in sign)

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