Today is day three of the problem of the week. Good luck!
Easy: For today, I want you to determine what m equals just using the two previous day's answers h and e.
m = 2(h - e)^[(h - e)/2] ÷ (h - e)^[(h + e)/(h - 3)]
Hint: Remember to use the order of operations:
Hard: Take the following sequence:
t, z, z^2/t, ...
If you let this sequence go on all the way to infinity terms and added them ALL up, what would be the sum s?
Hint: The answer is not infinity.