Can someone tell me the formula for finding the sum of a finite qeometric series
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let then and substract this two equations yield
Originally Posted by dedust let then and substract this two equations yield How do u find n
Originally Posted by Tinhorn How do u find n HI Consider this series : 1+2+3+4 the n here would be 4 is this what you want toknow ?
thank you
Originally Posted by mathaddict HI Consider this series : 1+2+3+4 the n here would be 4 is this what you want toknow ? would that logic also worked for 1 + 2/3 + 4/9 +........ + 64/729
Originally Posted by Tinhorn would that logic also worked for 1 + 2/3 + 4/9 +........ + 64/729 is the number of terms in the series. what is n for this series?
Originally Posted by dedust is the number of terms in the series. what is n for this series? That's what I'm trying to figure out
look at the formula,. the first term , the ratio , and the last term is so
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