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What does this equal to?

\( \sum 11 n=1 (98-2n)\)

Guest Apr 15, 2018
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I'm pretty sure that this equation is missing some things. 

 

First of all, a sigma notation must have a range, from n=x to k

 

This is missing the range, so this problem is undoable.

 

I can help you if you repost with the missing values. 

GYanggg  Apr 15, 2018
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I know it may seem that way, but this was all that was apart of the question. I don't know why, my teacher set it up this way

Guest Apr 16, 2018
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If this is what your teacher meant:  ∑(98-2n), n=1 to 11, then it sums up to = 946.

Guest Apr 16, 2018

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