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Limit of a sequence given by (1/3)^k

  1. Jan 12, 2006 #1
    Determine the limit of the sequence (sn)n=N given by

    n(sum)k=1 (1/3)^k , n is natural numbers.
    i don't understand what is the meaning
    can anyonepls help....thanx
     
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  3. Jan 12, 2006 #2

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    Sorry, I don't understand what it means either! is either of the "n"s in "(sn)n" a subscript? What does (sn)n= N mean? what does n(sum)k mean?
     
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