Summation Problem

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Hello
i want to know if we have a series with this equation
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and change it to this form
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the statement in Summation change or not?(
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this changes it right?
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where can i find the Summation notes?
 

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(Assuming convergence) The first change makes no difference. The second change, you have n=0 twice.
 
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Thanks mathman
could you tell me how can i improve myself Summation? where can i find the Summation tips?
 
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Thanks mathman
i have another questions

you assume that series is:
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can i multiple (-) (t and 0) ?
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if yes what about argument (it changed?)?
 
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what about this series ?

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this changes is it right?
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mathman
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I don't understand what you are trying to do. If you change the limits the summation index must be changed in a consistent manner.
 

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