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Combination of quadratic and arithmetic series

Problem: Calculate $\dfrac{1^2+2^2+3^2+4^2+\cdots+23333330^2}{1+2+3+4+\cdots+23333330}$. Attempt: I know the denominator is arithmetic series and equals ...
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Infinite Perfect power of numbers in a certain form

A question I found very interesting , which I found written on a blackboard while visiting a near by community science center is as follows. Prove that there exist infinitely many $m,n,k$ for ...
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A complex series with exponentials

I have tried to solve this type of series : $$\sum \frac{e^{i\, u(n)}}{v(n)} $$ For some $u,v$ an Abel Transform allow to find convergence, but for $u(n)=n^2$ and $v(n)=n$ I can't find an argument. ...
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Convergence of a series ${}\qquad{}$

Does this series converge? $$\sum_{x=2}^n \left(\frac{1}{x}\right)^{\left(\frac{1}{x}\right)}$$ I tried hard but stil had problems... Could someone help me?
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Prove that $\sqrt{8}=1+\dfrac34+\dfrac{3\cdot5}{4\cdot8}+\dfrac{3\cdot5\cdot7}{4\cdot8\cdot12}+\ldots$

Prove that $\sqrt{8}=1+\dfrac34+\dfrac{3\cdot5}{4\cdot8}+\dfrac{3\cdot5\cdot7}{4\cdot8\cdot12}+\ldots$ My work: $\sqrt8=\bigg(1-\dfrac12\bigg)^{-\frac32}$ Now, I suppose there is some "binomial ...
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Show that $\displaystyle \lim_{n \rightarrow \infty} \sqrt[n]{a} =1$

Hi guys this was a practice problem I was given, can anyone help me out on it? This is the problem: Show that $\displaystyle \lim_{n \rightarrow \infty} \sqrt[n]{a} =1$ and the following is what I ...
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Converting powers of 3 into powers of 2? [closed]

I'm stuck on a problem. I have a term $3^m$ where $m$ is an integer $> 0$. and I want to represent it as $2^m + a$ however I don't want to keep the $a$. I am looking for a formula to represent $a$ ...
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Generalization for a power of an infinite summation

I am trying to obtain a simplification for the following expression: $$ \left[\sum_{m=0}^{\infty} \frac{\mu^m \kappa^m}{m! \Gamma\left(\mu+m\right)} \alpha^{-(\mu+m)} \Gamma\left(\mu+m, ...
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Determine Exponential Equality Without Calculating Values

I want to determine the set of equivalent values in exponential form based on a series of bases and powers. For example $2^k$, such that $2 \leq k \leq 100$ (ie, $2^{2-100}$) compared to $4^k$, ...
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Find $x$ in $\large \,\, A^{A^{{{A^.}^.}^.}}= \,\,(\sqrt [x\cdot x\cdot x\cdot …] x)^{ (((1\cdot x+1)x +1)x +1)x+1…} $

If $\large \,\, A^{A^{{{A^.}^.}^.}}= \,\,(\sqrt [x\cdot x\cdot x\cdot ...] x)^{ (((1\cdot x+1)x +1)x +1)x+1...} $, and $\large \,\,A = (\sqrt[3]{3\sqrt 3 })^{\frac{\sqrt 3}{3}} $, find $x$ I have ...
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Is there a formula for a sequence like $k^{t}-k^{t-1}+k^{t-2}-…+k^{2}-k^{1}+k^{0}$

I am trying to solve a programming problem and my intended solution involves a calculation like this one: $k^{t}-k^{t-1}+k^{t-2}-...+k^{2}-k^{1}+k^{0}$ The problem is that $t$ can be as large as ...
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Double summation of elementary functions

I am finding some trouble on calculating the following double summation: $ \sum_{k=1}^\infty \frac{b^k}{k!k}\sum_{n=0}^{k-1}\frac{(b*x)^n}{(n-1)!} $ Note that the inside sum gives: ...
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About $e^{\pi}\gt {\pi}^e, \ e^{e^{\pi}}\lt {\pi}^{{\pi}^{e}},e^{{\pi}^{{\pi}^e}}\gt {\pi}^{e^{e^{\pi}}}$ and their generalization

Let us define a sequence $\{(a_n,b_n)\}$ as $$(a_1,b_1)=(e,\pi),\ \ (a_{2n},b_{2n})=(e^{b_{2n-1}},{\pi}^{a_{2n-1}}),\ \ (a_{2n+1},b_{2n+1})=(e^{a_{2n}},{\pi}^{b_{2n}})$$ for $n=1,2,3,\cdots$. Then, ...
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Can this type of limit even be evaluated?

This is going to be a long question; please bear with me. We are familiar with the notations $\Sigma^{n}_{k=0} a_k$ and $\Pi^{n}_{k=0}a_k$ for the sum and product of the finite sequence $\{a_n\}$. ...
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How to prove $\sum\limits_{n=1}^{\infty}\frac{\sin n}n=\frac{\pi-1}{2}$

One of my classmates challenged me to solve $\displaystyle\sum\limits_{n=1}^{\infty}\frac{\sin n}n=\;?$ With a simple c program I found that $\displaystyle\sum\limits_{n=1}^{1048576}\frac{\sin ...
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Evaluating tetration to infinite heights (e.g., $2^{2^{2^{2^{.^{.^.}}}}}$)

The Problem How can you evaluate (i.e., get a value for) Tetration (i.e., iterated exponentiation) to infinite heights? For example, what would be the value of this expression? $$ ...
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Generate solutions of Quadratic Diophantine Equation

Recently I've asked a question for how to solve Quadratic Diophantine Equation and I got one interesting answer. Link to question: How to solve Quadratic Diophantine Equation Here's the answer: $$ ...
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How to solve Quadratic Diophantine Equation

Here's the problem. Find the solutions of the following equation: $$ k^2 - 1 = 5(m^2 - 1).$$ Here's my idea: The original equation can be written as: $$ k^2 = 5m^2 - 4 \Longleftrightarrow k^2 - ...
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Proving a number defined by a sequence is a square number

I found this problem in a math magazine: Given the sequence $(x_n)_{n \in \mathbb{N}}$ defined by: $$ x_0 = 0\\ x_1 = 1\\ x_{n+2}+x_{n+1}+2x_{n}=0 $$ Prove that $s_n = 2^{n+1}-7x_{n-1}^2, n ...
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Find the greatest powers of $2$ dividing $10!$, $20!$, $30!$, $40!$ [duplicate]

I'm trying to find the greatest powers of $2$ dividing $10!$, $20!$, $30!$, $40!$, as part of a basic number systems course. I'm rather lost with this question. For $10!$ I tried writing the terms ...
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Formula to scale a series that is being bent with a root / power.

I have a reference number, Rx, and a series of numbers, Sx[], to compare to it. Let's call the output Ox[]. I am using a simple square root to accelerate the apparent difference between the reference ...
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Closed form formula for $\sum\limits_{k=1}^n k^k$

Is there a way of finding a formula for $\sum\limits_{k=1}^n k^k$? Maybe I'm missing something really obvious, but I've looked around a bit on the Internet and I haven't been able to find anything. ...
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Convergence in Growth/Decay of Sum Odd and Sum Even Exponentiated Terms

where $n \geq 2 $ Given that a function containing an odd number of exponentiated terms as follows $$\left(\frac1{n}\right)^{\left(\frac1{n+1}\right)^{.^{.^{.^{\left(\frac1{n+2m+1}\right)}}}}} $$ ...
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Exponential and log functions compose to identity

How to prove that the exponential function and the logarithm function are the inverses of each other? I want it the following way. We must use the definition as power series, and must verify that all ...