# Algebra

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find the indicated sum

not sure how to type the sigma sign, but here is the problem

6 on top of the sigma sign.
under the sigma sign is i=3 and on the right side of the sigma sign (3i-2)

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i = 3 --> (3i-2) = 7
i = 4 --> (3i-2) = 10
i = 5 --> (3i-2) = 13
i = 6 --> (3i-2) = 16
of course all differ by 3 but we do things the hard way

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