How would you go about doing thisWatch
4 + 44 + 444 + 4444 + 44444 + ....
all i can get is
Differentiate wrt r to get an expression for
(sum over 0 <= k <= n) k*r^(k - 1).
Then put r = 10 into both sums.
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