Hi I have this practice question but I have no idea how to approach. Any help guiding me on the theory of how to do this question is appreciated. Thanks
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For part (a): You're given: (expression (1)) and you need to prove that: (expression (2)) Substitute (1) in (2): To see clearly what happens we write down a few terms of the summation: this is equal to:
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