# math

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hi
i startted the problem below by writing a sigma notation
of
sigma[(2^(n+1))/((n+1)!)]

QUESTION:

how do i find the sum of 2+(4/2!)+(8/3!)+(16/4!)+...

was my attempt wrong, or how do i go from here? thank you!

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hi i startted the problem below by writing a sigma notation of sigma[(2^(n+1))/((n+1)!)] QUESTION: how do i find the sum of 2+(4/2!)+(8/3!)+(16/4!)+... was my attempt wrong, or how do i go from here?