How do I find the sum of this? I got the sum of 2/3 ^n because its a Geometric sequence. But the other part is tricky. I separated into two partial fractions but am stuck.
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Originally Posted by minneola24 How do I find the sum of this? I got the sum of 2/3 ^n because its a Geometric sequence. But the other part is tricky. I separated into two partial fractions but am stuck. That is a collapsing sum: Any partial sum looks like thus .
How did you get to .5-1/(n+1)? How do i complete this partial sum? Thanks
Originally Posted by minneola24 How did you get to .5-1/(n+1)? How do i complete this partial sum? Do you know what it actually means for a infinite series to converge? What do partial sums have to do with? Do you understand how actually works? If not, there is no point in your trying the question.
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