In fact our algorithms automatically choose and execute the best convergence test, but that’s for a different blog post, or not…

We are also introducing yet another super cool feature, the interim steps. Most of the convergence tests like the Ratio test, Comparison test, divergence test or the Integral test involve complex limit or integral calculations. The comparison test for instance involves choosing a series, the interim steps will remind you how to test the series you've chosen for convergence or divergence and what the test is all about.

Take a look at these examples to get started:

Limit Comparison Test:

Click the gray plus for the test specifications

Click the red plus for interim steps, in this example the series and limit steps:

Click the gray plus in the box for more information on Cauchy’s condition:

Some more examples:

Alternating Series Test example:

Integral Test Example:

Ratio Test Example:

We hope you find these new features exciting and helpful.

Stay tuned for more updates.

Cheers,

Michal

The solver is helpful sometimes, but it's really not helpful when a lot of the problems are telling me that the steps aren't supported. Can this be fixed?

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