Consider the equation and find the value of C The summation to infinity with n=2, of (1+c)^-n = 3 Sorry I'm not sure how to put up all the symbols, but hopefully I've explained it well enough. Thanks
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Originally Posted by blooke Consider the equation and find the value of C The summation to infinity with n=2, of (1+c)^-n = 3 Sorry I'm not sure how to put up all the symbols Here is the LaTeX code. [tex]\sum\limits_{n = 2}^\infty {\frac{1}{{\left( {1 + c} \right)^n }}} = 3[/tex] gives . Note that
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