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[tex] s = \sum_{k = 1}^{{\frac{x}{j}} - 1} k^{n}j^{n+1}[/tex]

x and n are constants

and x/j is a positive integrer and k is an integrer

To what value s converges as

[tex]{j}{\rightarrow}{0}[/tex]

?

Edit: I have found that the awnser is [tex]\frac{x^{n+1}}{n+1}[/tex], but i do not know how to obtain this...

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# Need to find a convergent value

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