# Is it possible to find sum of this series?

I am trying to find the sum of the following series asked by my friend. $$n\cdot\left(\bigl\lfloor\tfrac{n}{2}\bigr\rfloor+ \bigl\lfloor\tfrac{n}{3}\bigr\rfloor+ \bigl\lfloor\tfrac{n}{4}\bigr\rfloor+ \bigl\lfloor\tfrac{n}{5}\bigr\rfloor+ \cdots\right)$$ where the sum is up to $n/2$ terms if $n$ is even, and up to $(n-1)/2$ terms if $n$ is odd.

I am not getting how to solve it. Is this form can be reduced to a formula? Thank you.

Note: $\bigl\lfloor\;\;\bigr\rfloor$ means floor function, like $\bigl\lfloor 4.78\bigr\rfloor=4$.

• What does 《...》 mean? – Zev Chonoles Sep 8 '13 at 17:07
• If $n$ is odd, what do you mean by "$n/2$ terms"? – Zev Chonoles Sep 8 '13 at 17:09
• M realy very sorry... plz have a look on updated quedtion – avaneesh kumar Sep 8 '13 at 17:17