a series by definition is an infinite sum. the capital pi is used for an infinite (or finite) product. for example:
We've been studying series for a while, now, so I'm intimately familiar with the capital sigma sign used to denote the summation of an infinite series.
In a totally different class, I stumbled upon the capital Pi sign used in a similar manner. It looks like this symbol is used for the multiplication of a series? Is that correct?
Thanks.