I've been staring at this stupid problem for a while, and finally gave up and came here. The question is to evaluate the sum of 3(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ^{k}/k! from 0 to infinity. Basically, I'm looking for a starting spot, since I have none. The closest thing to a strategy I've come up with is plugging it into the geometric series formula with r=3/k, but that didn't work so well :uhh:

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# Homework Help: Infinite series

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