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    series question on finding the sum of the second 30 terms

    The sum of the first nth terms of a certain series is given by:

    Sn = n/(n+1)

    Find the sum of the second 30 terms
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    Quote Originally Posted by differentiate View Post
    The sum of the first nth terms of a certain series is given by:

    Sn = n/(n+1)

    Find the sum of the second 30 terms
    Calculate S60 - S30.
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