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anonymous
 one year ago
You have seen that the total number of lights in a triangular lighting rig is given by this equation: T(n) = ½(n2) + ½(n)
You also found that T(n+1) = ½(n2) + 3/2(n) + 1.
If T(n) times T(n+1) = f(n), what is the reduced form of f(n)?
anonymous
 one year ago
You have seen that the total number of lights in a triangular lighting rig is given by this equation: T(n) = ½(n2) + ½(n) You also found that T(n+1) = ½(n2) + 3/2(n) + 1. If T(n) times T(n+1) = f(n), what is the reduced form of f(n)?

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