# SOLUTION: Represent the series using the sigma notation for summation 10(12)+11(13)+12(14) I thought that the answer was: Start at 10 and end at 12 adding 2 x=10 with the 12 on top of th

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Sequences-and-series Question 13873: Represent the series using the sigma notation for summation 10(12)+11(13)+12(14) I thought that the answer was: Start at 10 and end at 12 adding 2 x=10 with the 12 on top of the Sigma sign, x(x+2) is this correct? Answer by longjonsilver(2297)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!yes, i think your description is correct... A with 10 under it and 12 above it and the "phrase" being x(x+2). Jon.