S=1 + 2(1/5) + 3(1/5)^2 + 4(1/5)^3 +5(1/5)^4…...........infinite......... If
where a and
b are coprime positive integers, what is the
value of a+b?

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  1. hi, i think u should send ur assignment on ehomeworksolution @ g mai l,co m

    i have worked with this site once and they are good in their work

    posted by jiya
  2. I get 25/16 so a+b=41
    How far do you get?

    posted by Steve

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