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Can anyone else shed some light on this predicament?
Where did Krizalid use as the antidifference? also does the whole solution change much if Krizalid was to evaluate instead of And if Krizalid hasn't used the antidifference, could someone show me how to use the antidifference whilst using telescopic sums method to evaluate the finite
sum
Also using the method of telescopic sums, can someone evaluate the following finite sum using the provide antidifference?
antidifference :
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i'm with Kriz on this. i don't know what you mean by "anti-difference"Where did Krizalid use as the antidifference?
no. you would just factor out the 2 and put it in front of the summation sign. then everything follows in the same way, and you multiply by 2 when donealso does the whole solution change much if Krizalid was to evaluate instead of
please tells us what "anti-difference" meansAnd if Krizalid hasn't used the antidifference, could someone show me how to use the antidifference whilst using telescopic sums method to evaluate the finite
sum
Also using the method of telescopic sums, can someone evaluate the following finite sum using the provide antidifference?
antidifference :
Well, I'll give an example which might make it easier. My lecturer is bad at teaching it to me, so hopefully it doesn't pass on .
is found, using an antidifference expression for its summand. By partial fractions: The 2nd expression is a difference exactly as needed. So summand sequence { } = { } has antidifference { } = { }. So,
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