Summation=Integration

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# Summation=Integration

Submitted by Ascold1 on Wed, 06/22/2011 - 00:47

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If you are interested what indefinite sum looks like please look at www.oddmaths.info page 1 and 2, or www.oddmaths.info/indefinitesum . There indefinite sum is completely reduced to indefinite integral and one can take sum with arbitrary complex number boundaries and even non number too. There is a single formula for all analytic functions and separate one for non analytic functions. The formula at the site www.oddmaths.info/indefinitesum can be easily verified in a couple of minutes. There is at the site live examples with detailed instructions and commentaries. One can insert a function at oneÃ¢Â€Â™s choice and compute it.

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