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Find the sum of the telescoping series
k=1
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Find the sum of the telescoping series k=1

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Step 1

Given telescopic series:

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Trying this sum using the simple expansion method, we plug in the values of k:

We see that when we plug in infinity, the value would be 0 

 

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Step 3

Adding up all the terms:

(Igno...

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