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    Quote Originally Posted by TKHunny View Post
    Perfect.



    This is where it falls apart. Your interest is static.

    Calculate from the integrals:

    a(1) = 20/19

    a(2) = 10/9

    a(3) = 20/17

    a(4) = 5/4

    It is not a Geometric Sequence.

    yeah, i stand corrected. i just realized that delta was the force of interest which varies from time to time.. anyways, thanks for that!!
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    That's the spirit. I wonder if the original poster is getting it. Cirrus74?
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    i also hope so! ‹
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    Oh, I get it now! Thank you very much to the both of you! I thought that \int _1 ^{10} e^{\delta t} dt was equal to <br />
s_{angle-10}<br />
for some reason after reading my textbook... *kicks self*
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