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## Homework Statement

I have a finite sequence Z=(z

_{1},...,z

_{n}). The Cesaro sum of Z is [tex]\frac{(B

_{1}+B

_{2}+...+B

_{n})}{n}[/tex]

B

_{C}=z

_{1}+z

_{2}+...z

_{C}(1[tex]\leq[/tex]C[tex]\leq[/tex]n)

Lets say the problem asks "The Cesaro sum of the 99th term sequence of (z

_{1},...,z

_{99}) is 2000, what is the Cesaro sum of the 100 term sequence (1, z

_{1},...,z

_{99})?

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

I read about Cesaro sum on wikipedia but it didn't elaborate much. Here is where I'm at:

2000=[tex]\frac{(B

_{1}+B

_{2}+...+B

_{99})}{99}[/tex]

But, honestly, I have no idea how to solve this because I can't find any info on it.