1S+1S+1 = 3
Note that 1 raised to any power is always 1.
3 raised to negative 2 would be -9 plus 6 to the negative 1 which is -6 so -9+-6=-15
let 1+2+4+8+...... =s s= 1+2(1+2+4+8+........) s=1+2s s=-1 but sum of infinite terms cannot be -1 so, what's the answer
dimple, 1 raised dot, 2 raised dots, 2 dashes, plus sign
2 or window
For example, 70-1 is the same as 1 / 70+1. Similar for any other negative power. For the remainder of the problem, you simply have to add fractions.
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Is the following what you are claiming? 2k = 2k+1 -1 20 not equal 20+1 - 1 21 not equal 21+1 -1
no it;s not the answer is 2
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That depends on the value of s.