Re: Ratio and Proportion II

notice that it is of the form $\displaystyle A^2-B^2$, you should try manipulating using the following formula, $\displaystyle A^2-B^2=(A+B)(A-B)$

Re: Ratio and Proportion II

If u noticed that I have already done..... if u can do it further than please let me know..

Re: Ratio and Proportion II

I have for k=1,2,3... where is a term of some infinite sequence { }

Some manipulation:

Is there anything I can do with this now?

Is it legal to multiply the sums like this?

The second factor looks like a geometric series and I should be able to get the sum of the terms equal to some constant A (if series converges).

(for each k)

Does that seem

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Re: Ratio and Proportion II

Please recheck there is something amiss. Notice the powers of variables on both the sides??