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I need help on figuring out what Converges and diverges

Apr 14th, 2015

Usually these two terms describe end behavior.

As x approaches positive or negative infinity, if f(x) diverges, then it means that f(x) does not approach a set value. For example, in f(x) = x^2, as x approaches positive or negative infinity, f(x) does not approach a set value (it goes to positive infinity). On the other hand, if f(x) converges, then it means that f(x) does approach a set value. For example, in f(x) = e^x, as x approaches negative infinity, f(x) approaches 0; however, for the same function, as x approaches positive infinity, f(x) diverges.

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Apr 14th, 2015

a^2= 61

b^2 = 60

c^2 = 61 -60 = 1

foci = (+- 1,0)

eccentricity=     =   sq. root ( 1 - 60/61)    = sq. root ( 61-60/61)   = sq. root (1/61)   = 0.128

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