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Input the value of **k **(sequence) and **n** (number of terms) in the sum of a series calculator.

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A series sum calculator is a tool devised to add the values of a series. On giving **n** it finds all of the n’s till that number and adds them. You can add a series of up to 9 terms or even 1000 terms using this calculator.

Series is the same as sequence and grows with a certain pattern. The only difference between sequence and series is that in series, we have a plus (+) symbol between the entries instead of a comma.

To sum a series, we represent it as:

Here,

**n** is the number of terms also known as the upper limit.

K = 1 is referred to as starting value.

k_{i} can be any function for example k^{2}, (k+1)-(k^{3}) e.t.c.

In the series sum calculator above, the starting value is 1 by default.

**Example**

Add a series for which

Upper limit n = 5

Starting value = 1

Function = k^{2}+k

**Solution:**

**Step 1:** Write the series.

**Step 2:** Put the values.

**Step 3:** Add.

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