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if mod of x is less than one and f(x) is equal to 1+x + x^2 and so on up to infinity then f (x) equal to

if mod of x is less than one and f(x) is equal to 1+x + x^2 and so on up to infinity then f (x) equal to

Grade:12

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Aditya Gupta
2075 Points
2 years ago
Dear student, by the formula for infinite GP, we have
1+x+x^2+.....= 1/(1-x)= (1-x)^(-1)
If you have further doubts you can ask

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