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[tex]\sum 3[/tex] x =0 (x2 + 2x + 2)

is that clear???

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[tex]\sum 3[/tex] x =0 (x2 + 2x + 2)

is that clear???

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malawi_glenn

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[tex] \sum _{n = .3}(x^2+2x+2) = ?[/tex]

when [tex]x=0[/tex]

??

Now where is the index [itex]n[/itex] in the expression to be summed over?

And where is your attempt to solution?

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Missusa, if you can't write proper LaTeX, it's better to do it completely without. For example, write

"Sum from n = 1 to infinity of (e^(-n / 3) / n^2)"

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Maybe OP means:

[tex] \sum^3 _{x= 0}(x^2+2x+2) [/tex]

[tex] \sum^3 _{x= 0}(x^2+2x+2) [/tex]

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[tex]\sum 3[/tex] x =0 (x2 + 2x + 2)

is that clear???

Is Integral right about what you mean? Then the sum, from x= 0 to 3 means you replace the "x" in xMaybe OP means:

[tex] \sum^3 _{x= 0}(x^2+2x+2) [/tex]

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That's about the only way I see it making sense. Same as if the limits of summation were n = 0, 3 and x = n, an integer.Maybe OP means:

[tex] \sum^3 _{x= 0}(x^2+2x+2) [/tex]

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Thanks again,

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Can I get some information about Endogenous Moeny: honrizontalism and structuralism??

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Definitely not. Especially if you are talking about Levi-Strauss anthropological structuralism with gratuitous misspellings.Can I get some information about Endogenous Moeny: honrizontalism and structuralism??

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That would be better suited in another thread, either in other sciences or in the economic forums.Can I get some information about Endogenous Moeny: honrizontalism and structuralism??

Ostensibly, such a disussion is found in one's macroeconomic textbook, or one can search on Google with the keywords. Nevertheless -

http://www.trincoll.edu/~setterfi/Horizontalism,%20Structuralism%20and%20Historical%20Time.pdf [Broken]

Complexity, Endogenous Money and Macroeconomic Theory By Mark Setterfield

http://cas.umkc.edu/econ/economics/faculty/Fontana/Winter 2005/ROPE.pdf

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