Not really sure what you are asking.Originally Posted by chancey
Hello, Malay!
Edit: You're right! . . . *blush*
. . . . I'll correct it now.
I have this formula:
How do I convert this to a series with
We have: .
We have a geometric series with first term and common ratio
The term is: .
Then: .
I need the series to do this:
Example (not the actual formula, changed it so the numbers were easier)
Where each number in the series has to be calculated with the previous number. My question is, can that be put into a series so that i can run a formula once to find or do I have to do it 10 times
Hello, chancey!
You're expected to be familiar with Arithmetic Series and Geometric Series by nowI need the series to do this:
Example (not the actual formula, changed it so the numbers were easier)
. Don't use decimals!
Where each number in the series has to be calculated with the previous number.
My question is, can that be put into a series so that i can run a formula once to find
or do I have to do it 10 times
. . and to be able to "eyeball" a sequence and determine its general form.
This sequence is: .
How long does it take for you to see that the denominators are doubled each time?
With a little thought, we see that the denominator is:
So the general term is: .