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Limits of summation i<j

  1. Nov 4, 2007 #1

    I'm having some trouble understanding what is meant when the limit of a summation is i<j. Does it mean the limits are i = 0 to i = j?

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    If i is always strictly less than j, then index i's maximal value is j-1.
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