Find the sum of the following sequence : 2, 22, 222, ……… to n terms.
Input : 2 Output: 1.9926 Input : 3 Output: 23.9112
A simple solution is to compute terms one by one and add to the result.
The above problem can be efficiently solved using the following formula:
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