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you should write \sum instead of \Sigma in latex to make it prettier

now I realize that I don't think I know what to do here :/

Is it equal 1/3?

Well, I'm pretty sure it is equal to 1. But I want to show it.

Yes, it is 1. I summed from n=1 to get 1/3

Still working on how to show it...

we are done....:)

Yes, we are.

Very cool. This was fun. Thanks @eliassaab!

yeah its perfect on my screen...