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December 19th, 2012, 12:07 PM   #1
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Summation of series.

Use the formulae for r^3, r^2, and r, where appropriate to find

2n
*sigma notation* r^2(1+r)
r=1


I'm struggling with this one; I have already done two questions on this, but I can't seem to do this one, and I can't upload pictures of working out because the site says the file is too big.
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Re: Summation of series.

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Use the formulae for r^3, r^2, and r, where appropriate to find

2n
*sigma notation* r^2(1+r)
r=1


I'm struggling with this one; I have already done two questions on this, but I can't seem to do this one, and I can't upload pictures of working out because the site says the file is too big.
If you know the the formulas for r^3 and r^2 series, just add them using an upper limit of 2n.
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