No I will not. If you are an EE you should know this stuff. I walked you to the answer. If you would do a simple google search you might find this
Geometric series - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
with what i said above you can solve the question.
Did you look at the link? If you did it SHOWS you the answer. If I write them down(I solved the problem ) and you turn them in for credit that is plagerism. YOU are responsible for understanding the material. Geometric series are covered in most college algebra classes and then again in depth in Calculus. You need to show some work.
Thread closed as the implication of the above is that it is part of your assessment.
PM if you can justify that things are otherwise.
(Also look at the earlier posts, you have been given everything you need (line 11 after "Formula") to do this problem short of TheEmptySet typing out what is on the link he gave again)
CB