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Topic: Sum of series
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Terry

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Sum of series
Posted: Jan 17, 2005 8:18 PM
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I need the sum of the following series.

Notation i pow 2 = i*i or i^2

N is a natural number for N=1 it is a G.P.
so T(i) = i^N / 4 ^i

T(i)= (i pow N)/(4 pow i)

I need the sum of T(0)+T(1)+T(2)......inf ie 0+1/4 + 2^N/4^2 +
3^N/4^3+......

Sum of T(i) where i = 0 to inf.


How do i go about this. Do we have to use integrals ?



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1/17/05
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Terry
1/18/05
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Torsten Hennig

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