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    New Useless Guy: Thank You

    Hi--I'm new to the forum (and suck at maths) and need to construct an equation for the following:
    [(Sum of(A + B))/C] x [D/E] x[(Sum of (F)) to the power of the mean of G]=? Can someone please present me with the correct notation? I've tried it as follows but have no idea if it is accurate.
    ((∑_(k=0)^n▒〖(A+B)〗)/T)(D/E) (∑_(k=0)^n▒F)^G=?
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    Re: New Useless Guy: Thank You

    Quote Originally Posted by speedbird168 View Post
    Hi--I'm new to the forum (and suck at maths) and need to construct an equation for the following:
    [(Sum of(A + B))/C] x [D/E] x[(Sum of (F)) to the power of the mean of G]=? Can someone please present me with the correct notation? I've tried it as follows but have no idea if it is accurate.
    ((∑_(k=0)^n▒〖(A+B)〗)/T)(D/E) (∑_(k=0)^n▒F)^G=?
    Thanks!








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