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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: borders coursework

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From: Tim <hawkchild@gmail.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2007012418:53:07
Subject: boarders

	
If you are to extend this to 3D to gain higher marks, then you should
be using Sigma. Oce you have the formula, you can easily find in a
textbook or internet how to remove the sigma so you are left with a
big fat nth term which, after hours of multiplying out and simplifying
will give you a short simple answer. 

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