I am just wondering how my Calculus tutor got from this step to the other. Please see RED Thanks, -qbkr21
Last edited by qbkr21; May 9th 2007 at 11:21 AM.
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I know what the cases are but I am just wondering how we jumped from i^3 to i^2 did something divide out?
The i^3 is a typo. It should have been i^2 as it is in the second red line. -Dan
When we pulled out (8/n^3) from SUM does "i" go down a power?
Originally Posted by qbkr21 When we pulled out (8/n^3) from SUM does "i" go down a power? Nope. Check out my last post. We were posting at the same time. -Dan
Dan You Are The Freak'in Man Thanks So Much!
I was just wanting to know where this extra "n" came from. See Purple. Thanks!
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