∑ k ^ -n Part 2

My post on ∑ k ^ -n from December could perhaps use some clarifying.

If C = 0 or C = 1, the sum is still simple.


In December’s post, I used k as a constant and n is more conventionally called i.  Here I am using C as the constant and using k for the i that is usually used.

C  can also have the values of positive or negative integers or decimals except for 0 and 1.

To clarify or perhaps use a slightly less opaque layer of mud:


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