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What is \(0.01^{15}\)?

that would be the common ratio or "r" to the exponent number of terms or "n"

Can you calculate this?

Yes, when I calculate it I get 1.E-30, then I subtract 1 and get -1

There is a mistake in the denominator.
x[n] = 0.3((0.01)^15-1)/0.3-1

oh

wow, I am so clueless

Actually, there are two mistakes.

Okay I see where I went wrong. Wow

Thank you so much :)