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Tom
02/24/10 9:57pm

Hi,

Wolfram Alpha can compute the infinite sum of 1/(a*x + b) at x=0 like so: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=maclaurin+series+1%2F%28a+x+%2B+b%29 (where a and b are constants). (See the "Series representation:" section.)

I know how to use Series[...] to get the first N terms of an infinite sum, but how can I get the entire sum (including conditions if possible) like WolframAlpha gives?

Thanks

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