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September 15, 2014


Way back in 9th grade when I was taking my first algebra course, the teacher mentioned offhand that the sum of whole numbers from 1 to 100 was 5050. I was intrigued that the sum was composed of two 50s, or half of the nth number in the series. (Even at age 15 I loved solving puzzles, especially when numbers were involved). So I immediately deduced that there must be ...


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