whats the summation of a^n for a>1 over summation n=0 to N thanks.
Related Precalculus Mathematics Homework Help News on Phys.org Microscopy technique reveals cells' 3-D ultrastructure in new detail In death of dinosaurs, it was all about the asteroid—not volcanoes Study finds billions of quantum entangled electrons in 'strange metal'
Related Precalculus Mathematics Homework Help News on Phys.org Microscopy technique reveals cells' 3-D ultrastructure in new detail In death of dinosaurs, it was all about the asteroid—not volcanoes Study finds billions of quantum entangled electrons in 'strange metal'
Sep 10, 2012 #2 DonAntonio 606 1 amaresh92 said: whats the summation of a^n for a>1 over summation n=0 to N thanks. Hint: for [itex]\,r\neq 1\,[/itex] a constant, we have $$\sum_{n=0}^mr^n=\frac{r^{m+1}-1}{r-1}$$ DonAntonio
amaresh92 said: whats the summation of a^n for a>1 over summation n=0 to N thanks. Hint: for [itex]\,r\neq 1\,[/itex] a constant, we have $$\sum_{n=0}^mr^n=\frac{r^{m+1}-1}{r-1}$$ DonAntonio
Sep 10, 2012 #3 Simon Bridge Science Advisor Homework Helper 17,841 1,642 This is the sort of thing most people just look that up - do you need to work out the formula or what?
This is the sort of thing most people just look that up - do you need to work out the formula or what?