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Use the formula for the sum of the first n | Ch 5.2 - 29E

Discrete Mathematics with Applications | 4th Edition | ISBN: 9780495391326 | Authors: Susanna S. Epp ISBN: 9780495391326 48

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Problem 29E

Use the formula for the sum of the first n integers and/or the formula for the sum of a geometric sequence to evaluate the sums to write them in closed form.Execise1 –2 + 22 –23 + … + (–1)n2n, where n is a positive integer

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Couldn't sale his fruit so in protest he set himself on fire, dying a few weeks later  Spread quickly through social media  Two things in common  Old rulers who have been there for a long time  Young, well-educated, unemployed population  Cultural Regions of the Middle East  30 Countries  6 regions  Egypt and the Lower Nial = the heart  The Maghred (Sahara)  The Middle East  Largely Islamic  The Arabian Peninsula = Richest oil  The Empire States = Iran and Turkey  Turkestan  Transition zone  African TZ is the primary area where the Sunni and the Shia are having problems  Egypt  Suez Canal  Get the oil out  Saudi Arabia  Desert  Iran  Iranian revolution in 1979  TEST April 12th o Eastern Europe(Balkans & Ukraine, Rock of Gibraltar) o Sub-Sahara Africa o North Africa  Map Quiz 6 o East Asia and Russia  Monday 4/11 -Friday 4/15  Spread of Religion o Oldest Religion  Hinduism o Abraham was born  UR o Fastest spreading religion  Islam o Islam is a religion, Muslim's follow Islam  DDT in Africa: Malaria v. Health Risks o Ethical concern  Protection of the diversity of wildlife v. Malaria victims dying in Africa o Tuberculosis is mainly in the North o Diarrheal diseases due to unclean water  North Africa and the Middle East o Interesting facts  The Middle East is known as the "crossroads of the world" because it lies in between Asia, Africa and Europe  Hence the name "middle"  The term "Arab" refers to an ethnic group not a religion  Not all Arabs are Muslims  This confusion also exists with Judaism  NASWA an acronym for North Africa/South-West Asia  Iran is the former Persian Empire  Very large portion of the population is under 30  Educated  Unemployed o Original Three Abrahamic Faith  Judaism (First Abrahamic Religions)  Christianity  Islam  Monotheistic  The belief in one God o Populations  Egypt= Nile River  Turkey= black sea and mediterranean sea  Iran= caspian sea and persian gulf  North Africa = mediterranean sea  Majority of populations live near water because of the dry climat o The Birthplace of Civilization  Birthplace of man is Ethiopia  Fertile Crescent = Mesopotamia = between two rivers  Neolithic = 10,000 years ago humans began to domesticate plants and animals, learned to irrigate their fields and grow the population  Birthplace of many foundational concepts:  Maps  60 minutes per hour; 24 hours per day  Trigonometry  Early medicine  Irrigation  Written text  The Egyptian Empire  Highly advanced  Second oldest language  Hieroglyphics  Writing paper, irrigation, domestication of wheat  Sailing  Architecture, masonry (pyramids)  Polytheistic and belief of an afterlife  Kings were called paharos  Sun god Rah  Oil in NASWA  Saudi Arabia number 1 oil producers in the world and the US's biggest alli in the Middle East  Began in Iran  Majority of the oil was found after WW2  OPEC  Orgainzation of Petroleum Exporting Countries  Created to try to not have a monoply  8 NASWA countries  Can cause high prices for those who don't have oil  Results of OPEC  Has totally transformed the Middle East since the 1960s  Positives  Urban transformation  Infrastructure investments  Industrialization  Foreign investment and involvement  Negatives  Variable income  Regional Disparities  Migration from other realms  NASAW Dynamic  Fragmented Modernization  Many issues in the Middle East and North America  Wealth Disparities  Most NASWA people are poor, not rich  Typical Iranian makes $10,840 USD a year  Qatar citizen makes $103,900 USD a year  Religion differences internally (Shia v. Sunnis) and externally (Christianity/Judaism)  Old autocratic government leaders and young populations = cultural issues  Arab Spring (2010-Present)  Started with a fruit vender. Couldn't sale his fruit so in protest he set himself on fire, dying a few weeks later  Spread quickly through social media  Two things in common  Old rulers who have been there for a long time  Young, well-educated, unemployed population  Cultural Regions of the Middle East  30 Countries  6 regions  Egypt and the Lower Nial = the heart  The Maghred (Sahara)  The Middle East  Largely Islamic  The Arabian Peninsula = Richest oil  The Empire States = Iran and Turkey  Turkestan  Transition zone  African TZ is the primary area where the Sunni and the Shia are having problems  Egypt  Suez Canal  Get the oil out  Saudi Arabia  Desert  Iran  Iranian revolution in 1979

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Textbook: Discrete Mathematics with Applications
Edition: 4
Author: Susanna S. Epp
ISBN: 9780495391326

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