The question is from a previous test in the course and I wonder what part chapter I can read in order to fully understand the problem?

. . .[tex]\mbox{For }\, p\, >\, 0,\, \mbox{ solve the following:}[/tex]

. . . . .[tex]\displaystyle \lim_{n \rightarrow \infty}\, \dfrac{1\, +\, 2^p\, +\, 3^p\, +\, ...\, +\, n^p}{n^{p+1}}[/tex]

This is what my course literature covers.

Iterations

Newton-Raphson's Method

Series: convergence / divergence, integral criterion

. . . . ..comparison criteria

. . . . ..root / quota criteria

. . . . ..Alternating series

. . . . ..Leibniz criterion

. . . . ..rearrangement of series

. . . . ..Power series

. . . . ..Taylor series

. . . . ..Power series convergence

. . . . ..Derivation / integration of power series

solution of differential equations

Sequences, series of functions

pointwise and uniform convergence

Dominated convergence

reversal of border processes

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