Posted by **matt** on Tuesday, June 16, 2009 at 11:19pm.

It's in sigma notation, so I'm not sure how to type it. I'll just use E lol.

Find each sum.

6

E (n+1)/(n+2)

n=1

Is this a geometric or arithmetic series? That is pretty much all I really need to know.

I appreciate all the help you guys give.

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