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I have what I think an easy summation, but I haven't worked with math for very long - I don't know the term which I should search the internet for in order to solve the problem and so I would be very thankful if you help me get the constantCout of the summation:

[itex]\sum^{N}_{t=1}[/itex][itex]\beta^{t}[/itex][itex]\frac{C(1-g)^{t}-1}{1-\alpha}[/itex]

Where α,β, and C are all constant and I am interested in getting C out.

If it was straight multiplication, I could directly take C out multiplied by Ʃ.

If it was pure addition, I could also take C*N out + Ʃ.

Thanks in Advance,

liiamra

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# Summation - needs to get the constant out

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