A convergent question is less stimulating than a divergent question since divergent questions have many answers. Difficulty related to the complexity of the question’s syntax, sophistication of information needed to answer the question, the difficulty of the process needed to answer it, students’ interest, and ability.
ImproperIntegrals Improper integrals Deﬁnite integrals Z b a f(x)dx were required to have ﬁnite domain of integration [a,b] ﬁnite integrand f(x) < ±∞ RyanBlair (UPenn) Math104: ImproperIntegrals TuesdayMarch12,2013 3/15 are divergent. Divergent series first appeared in the works of mathematicians of the 17th century and 18th century. L. Euler first came to the conclusion that the question must be posed, not what the sum is equal to, but how to define the sum of a divergent series, and he found an approach to the solution of this problem close to the modern one.
Determine whether a sequence converges or diverges, and if it converges, to what value. Convergence, in mathematics, property (exhibited by certain infinite series and functions) of approaching a limit more and more closely as an argument (variable) of the function increases or decreases or as the number of terms of the series increases. For example, the function y = 1/x converges to
In mathematics, a divergent series is an infinite series that is not convergent, meaning that the infinite sequence of the partial sums of the series does not have a finite limit. If a series converges, the individual terms of the series must approach zero. What’s in a question? Effective Questioning Strategies. • Richard P. Enfield 4-H Youth Development Advisor UC Cooperative Extension San Luis Obispo County • Martin H. Smith Assistant CE Specialist Director, Animal Ambassadors Program School of Veterinary Medicine UC Davis What Are Some Examples of Divergent Thinking? Brainstorming, free writing, keeping a journal and mind-mapping are examples of divergent thinking. The goal of divergent thinking is to focus on a subject, in a free-wheeling way, to think of solutions that may not be obvious or predetermined. What Are Some Examples of Divergent Thinking? Brainstorming, free writing, keeping a journal and mind-mapping are examples of divergent thinking. The goal of divergent thinking is to focus on a subject, in a free-wheeling way, to think of solutions that may not be obvious or predetermined.