Posted by **Raj** on Sunday, December 19, 2010 at 7:45pm.

n

lim(n→+∞) ∑ (3/4)^k =

k=1

the n is supposed to be above the sigma sign and the k=1 is supposed to be below the sigma sign. thanks.

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