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Sequence Sum Situation (Posted on 2021-10-06) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Define S(n) as the sum of the first n terms of an arithmetic sequence.

For some arithmetic sequence there exists positive integers m and n such that S(m) = n and S(n) = m.

What is S(m+n)?

No Solution Yet Submitted by Brian Smith    
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re(2): SolutionJer2021-10-07 12:31:44
re: SolutionSteve Herman2021-10-07 09:47:36
SolutionSolutionJer2021-10-06 13:04:22
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