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Infinite Series : Geometric Progression

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Summation of series from n=2 to infinity of (pi/4)^(n/2)

I don't know if I should set the whole thing up as a power of e and then calculate it, or calculate it as geometric series.

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Infinite series and geometric progressions are investigated and discussed.

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