Is there a way to solve this problem without calculating each value of x individually and then summing the total? I have a feeling there is, but I don't know how to start. Thank you.
sum x=0->10 for the equation e^x.
There is a very simple trick that also works if you want to sum more terms and if you have another number than e. You multiply the sum by e-1. That gives you 22 terms, but all but two of them cancel, and you are left with e^11-1. This means the sum is (e^11-1)/(e-1).