# Sample Calculus II Questions

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### Which of the following improper integrals converge? (a) (b) (c) (d)

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Explanation
In order for an improper integral to converge, the limit of the integral as it approaches infinity or negative infinity must exist and be finite. In option (a), the integral does not converge as the limit of the integral as it approaches infinity does not exist. In option (b), the integral converges as the limit of the integral as it approaches infinity exists and is finite. In option (c), the integral does not converge as the limit of the integral as it approaches negative infinity does not exist. In option (d), the integral converges as the limit of the integral as it approaches negative infinity exists and is finite.

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