A part of discrete mathematics were we look at specific outputs based on integer input.

Just the dots from x and f(x) and not the infinite dots between them (continious dots between).

- Use these link to learn about series (sequences added up). Infinite geometric series are ones that add up an infinite set of numbers. For instance the infinite geometric series: Sum of all terms for n = 1 to infinity for this set: (2/3)^n is 1/(1-(2/3)) = 3. Strange, but true. Here is wolframalpha.com to show you why: Infinit Sum of (2/3)^n
- jAlgebra Lab: Series Example
- Coloful Explanation of Series With Examples and Quizes
- Wikipedia Arithmetic Sequence and Series
- Sequence and Series Eplained
- Review the videos and notes below with the hopes they make sense.
- Do the homework from the textbook listed on moodle

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