# Math Help - Not-so-Quickie #1

1. ## Not-so-Quickie #1

Here's a series y'all may like to take on.

Not trying to steal your thunder, Soroban.

"Find the sum of the infinite series:

$S=\sum_{n=0}^{\infty}\frac{2^{n}}{a^{2n}+1}$

where a>1".

2. Originally Posted by galactus
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I like these. They are SO easy to answer!

EDIT: Hmmm... a LOT easier when the problem wasn't posted!

-Dan

3. I fixed it. I messed up and had to re-enter it.