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How would I do this?

 \(\frac{3}{2}-\frac{2}{3}+\frac{8}{27}-\frac{32}{243}+\dots \)


I amn't too good with geometric sequences

 Aug 14, 2020
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Sorry, can't read your LaTex. Write it in plaintext.

 Aug 14, 2020
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Ok Sorry. No idea why. It shows up alright on my end.

 

3/2 - 2/3 + 8/27 - 32/243 + ...

Guest Aug 14, 2020
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From the formula for a geometric series, the sum is (3/2)/(1 - 4/9) = 27/10.

 Aug 14, 2020
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Thanks much. Appreciate decent people 

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