anonymous
  • anonymous
how to calculate: 1+1/1+1/1x2+1/1x2x3
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katieb
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nincompoop
  • nincompoop
try to write it properly by using parenthesis and brackets and square brackets
anonymous
  • anonymous
can we use eulers formula?
anonymous
  • anonymous
1+(1/1)+(1/1x2)+(1/1x2x3)

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nincompoop
  • nincompoop
it's up to you. you can even use thermodynamics or hawking's radiation if you want, but what good are they to you if you're not even writing your expressions appropriately?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i just did
nincompoop
  • nincompoop
it looks like just a normal expression with fractions … why were you thinking of Euler's Formula?
anonymous
  • anonymous
because there is another question related to the above using eulers formula
nincompoop
  • nincompoop
so? Simplify the following: 1+1/1+1/2+1/(2×3) One raised to any number is one. 1/1 = 1: 1+1+1/2+1/(2×3) Multiply 2 and 3 together. 2×3 = 6: 1+1+1/2+1/6 Put the fractions in 1+1+1/2+1/6 over a common denominator. Put 1+1+1/2+1/6 over the common denominator 6. 1+1+1/2+1/6 = 6/6+6/6+3/6+1/6: 6/6+6/6+3/6+1/6 Add the fractions over a common denominator to a single fraction. 6/6+6/6+3/6+1/6 = (6+6+3+1)/6: (6+6+3+1)/6 Evaluate 6+6+3+1. 6+6+3+1 = 16: 16/6 Reduce 16/6 to lowest terms. The gcd of 16 and 6 is 2, so 16/6 = (2×8)/(2×3) = 2/2×8/3 = 8/3
anonymous
  • anonymous
what if the calculation continued forever
anonymous
  • anonymous
1+(1/1)+(1/1x2)+(1/1x2x3)+(1/1x2x3x4)+... +...+...
anonymous
  • anonymous
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