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For this problem, you will need to evaluateView attachment 29849

What are the two values for answer? I tried but my all answers are wrong. Please help me out.

\(\displaystyle \frac{2*j}{j+1} \) for j = 4 ......and

\(\displaystyle \frac{2*j}{j+1} \) for j = 2 ......and

\(\displaystyle \frac{2*j}{j+1} \) for j = 3 ......and add all three up. What do you get?

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The sum containsView attachment 29849

What are the two values for answer? I tried but my all answers are wrong.Please help me out.

What are the three terms?

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It's sleepy-time in India........The sum containsthreeterms for: [imath]j=2,~j=3,~\&~j=4[/imath]

What are the three terms?