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which equations?

L*[c/(1- (1 + c) ^ -n) ]
and
L*[c(1 + c)^n]/[(1 + c)^n - 1]

???

Bot of those expressions should equal P

In other words:
P = L*[c/(1- (1 + c) ^ -n) ]
and
P = L*[c(1 + c)n]/[(1 + c)n - 1]

L , c, n are variables ???

Yes
I get as far as eliminating L by division, but then I get stuck.

ok

Sorry it took so long

no prob...let me try

heyyyyyyyy

so simple ...it was...

in the first equation, make (1+c)^ -n = 1/ (1+c)^ n and then take the lcm

(1=c)?

'Scuse me (1+c)?

yes in the first equation...

but that was (1+c)^n ...wasnt it?

-n is the exponent

Wait now I'm getting confused.
lol

yes...I was right...

in the first equation...take the lcm in the denominator

Okay give me a minute to work this out on paper and I'll post again.

which will eventually go to numerator

Actually that right side should be
\[c \times -\left( 1+c \right)^{n}\]

But now I'm lost again. Dang it.

u have got it !!!

That can't be right can it?