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04052007  #1 
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Need Help W/ Proof
Prove that the left side: equals the right side:
* only changing the right side Last edited by mathhisfun; 04052007 at 07:33 PM.. 
04052007  #2 
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What right side? What left side? Of a triangle?
EDIT: Oh, you mean of the equation. 
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solve it now
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04132007  #4 
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Uh... remember 1/2^{k+1}=2^{(k+1)}
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Yeah. Hey somedude, post a new PoTW.

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Hard or Easy?
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Doesn't matter. Email me the problem and the number of points beforehand so I can prepare the prize banner.

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