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Meir Achuz

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Let the second radius go to infinity.

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Thanks. Does that mean the formula is simplified to the formula shown in simple2.jpeg?

Whether I start with the formula shown in simple1.jpeg or that shown in complex.jpeg, if the second radius is infinity a number of terms are then zero.

Whether I start with the formula shown in simple1.jpeg or that shown in complex.jpeg, if the second radius is infinity a number of terms are then zero.

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Certainly.Thanks. Does that mean the formula is simplified to the formula shown in simple2.jpeg?

Whether I start with the formula shown in simple1.jpeg or that shown in complex.jpeg, if the second radius is infinity a number of terms are then zero.

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