The difficulty is that I don't know how to isolate the k^2 :(
I know very little about using this sigma notation, the only rule I know is that when you have sigma(ak + b) you can rewrite as:
sigma(ak) + sigma(b)
=(a)sigma(k) + (b)sigma(1)
where a and b are constants.
for me, the problem is that there is a variable on the other side of the addition2k that is...
Again, I know very little of the rules of sigma notation. Perhaps there is a way to rewrite this? I'm not wanting the answer for the arearather just a more manageable way for me to put it to limits ;)
Or is it already to go??? I had just figured I could "do more" to it.
Thanks again!
