The expression is

\(\displaystyle

\frac{a(1-q^n)}{(1-q)}+(a \times q^n)

\)

I need the expression to factor/simplify to

\(\displaystyle

\frac{a(1-q^{n+1})}

{1-q}

\)

Any help with the approach I should take is greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

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