For integers n from 1 to 11, inclusive, the nth term of a certain sequence is given by `(-1)^n *(1/(3^n))` ` ` . If S is the sum of the first 11 terms in the sequence then S is
Greater than 2
Between 1 and 2
Between 0 and 1/2
Between -1/2 and 0
Less than -1/2
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