Maths method of differences

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How can I do this using method of differences thanks
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(Original post by Alex.Sarri)

How can I do this using method of differences thanks
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(Original post by Alex.Sarri)
How can I do this using method of differences thanks
Part (a) use partial fractions to separate the summand into different parts which are added/subtracted.

Part (b) once you get the answer, take the limit as
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(Original post by RDKGames)
Part (a) use partial fractions to separate the summand into different parts which are added/subtracted.

Part (b) once you get the answer, take the limit as
But when I split up into partial fractions how to I do method of differences with 3 fractions
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(Original post by Alex.Sarri)
But when I split up into partial fractions how to I do method of differences with 3 fractions
Write out the first few lines, three terms per line. You should see how it simplifies.
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(Original post by BuryMathsTutor)
Write out the first few lines, three terms per line. You should see how it simplifies.
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