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I have a question, how do you find the summation of a series which goes to infinity?

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whats the series
the answer to your last question was sin 1
i*pi/3 sin(1) rather

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eh? how did you get that?
esy just like *(1)P*^
r u their pingu
lol yeah but duno what you're talking about
ok what grade r u in i am in 8th
it will help me better to help you
Doubt you can. I'm at university
so i know what to use and not to use
ok i am in coolige work
math i suke
but like i seid it is *i*pi(1) or (1)p*^
I am so confused by this thread. Post a new question with the actual series in question?
this is not the best thread

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