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An infinite sum of the form a1 + a1r + a1r2 + a1r3 + g is called a/an _________________

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An infinite sum of the form a1 + a1r + a1r2 + a1r3 + g is called a/an _________________. If -1 6 r 6 , its sum, S, is given by the formula S = ____________. The series does not have a sum if ____________.

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Chapter 1 Notes Section 1.1­ Sampling ● Statistics ○ Collecting data, displaying data and drawing conclusions ● Population: ○ The entire collection (ex: Clemson University) ● Sample: ○ Subset of the population (ex: Athletes at Clemson) ● Sample Types ○ Simple Random Sample (SRS):​ everything has an equal...

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