(a) What is the difference between a sequence and a series? (b) What is a convergent series? What is a divergent series?
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Memory and Forgetting External events Sensory memory Working memory (short term) Long term memory Sensory memory holds the words herd for a few short seconds and lets you register them. Researchers believe that there is a sense memory for each sense. (Auditory and visual are the most studied) Short-term memory is the active processing of information. It associates new and old information/solves problems Duration: longer than in sensory memory, rehearsal helps. Forgetting is decay, if not rehearsed it just fades away. Interference is being replaced by new info. Capacity: 7+/- rule (4+/- 1) at one point you can take on about 5-9 facts. Capacity can be increased by chunking- breaking things up into meaningful pieces for yourself Short term memory to working memory- they are not e
Textbook: Single Variable Calculus: Early Transcendentals
Author: James Stewart
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