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1. By differentiate the function 1/(1-x), or otherwise, show that

inf

[sum] n^{2}/2^{n}= 6

n=1

2) Given Holder's Inequality http://mathworld.wolfram.com/HoeldersInequalities.html(equation 4)

show that (attached file)

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# 2 questions - series & inequalities

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