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Homework Help: Math for Educators

Posted by Carol on Tuesday, June 4, 2013 at 12:26pm.

Find the sum of the sequence.
38+39+40+41+...+137

The sum is?

My answer 175(99)= 17,325

Is this correct? If not how do I get the correct answer?

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