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posted by Matt .
For the geometric series 50+48+...
a. 867.373 is the approximate value of a partial sum of the series. How many terms were added to get this number?
b. To what number does the serveries converge?

r = 48/50 = .96
867.373 = 50(1.96^n)/.04
n = 29
50/.04 = 1250
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