Thread: 62(1+2) = ?
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Old January 16th, 2013, 10:34 PM   #324 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by jhawkkw View Post
I think you are the first person I've come across here that actually cited analysis, other than myself. It tends to scare most people off.
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Thanks pal. And you too! Nothing worse than "that's stupid, it's 9 you moron"
That's it? Say something intelligent at the very least !!

Did you happen to open that PDF and check out page 53 on it? NO big deal if you didn't. The authors say that 1 "all over" 2n is simply 1/2n. it was used in a Series: 1/2n where n is a member of Natural numbers. It was one example I found. Most text use horizontal fraction lines, as they should.
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