anonymous
  • anonymous
Infinite series
Mathematics
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anonymous
  • anonymous
When the series\[\sum_{n}^{\infty}\] starts with n being negative, do we still sum with an increasing n?
anonymous
  • anonymous
That wasn't capitalised, full-stopped or apostrophed.
perl
  • perl
yes, we still sum with increasing,

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perl
  • perl
unless your upper limit is negative infinity, which i have never seen
perl
  • perl
it is redundant though, since you can just make your terms negative. so theres no point in having negative infinity .
perl
  • perl
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What perl said..
perl
  • perl
it is always increasing. and generally it is not common to start with a negative k , but i guess its possible. we might start with zero, that is more common

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