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# ) What is the difference between a sequence and a series? A sequence is an ordered list of numbers whereas a series is an unordered list of numbers. A series is an ordered list of numbers whereas a sequence is the sum of a list of numbers. A sequence is an unordered list of numbers whereas a series is the sum of a list of numbers. A series is an unordered list of numbers whereas a sequence is the sum of a list of numbers. A sequence is an ordered list of numbers whereas a series is the sum of a list of numbers. (b) What is a convergent series? What is a divergent series? A series is divergent if the nth term converges to zero. A series is convergent if it is not divergent. A series is divergent if the sequence of partial sums is a convergent sequence. A series is convergent if it is not divergent. A series is convergent if the sequence of partial sums is a convergent sequence. A series is divergent if it is not convergent. A series is convergent if the nth term converges to zero. A series is divergent if it is not convergent. A convergent series is a series for which lim n β β an exists. A series is convergent if it is not divergent.

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Answer:a) A sequence is an ordered list of numbers whereas a series is the sum of a list of numbers; b) A series is divergent if it is not convergent. A convergent series is a series for which lim n β β an exists.Step-by-step explanation:A sequence is a pattern; it is an ordered list of numbers. Β A series, however, is the sum of a sequence.A convergent series is a series for which the sequence of its partial sums tends to a limit; this means the limit exists. Β A divergent series is a series that is not convergent.