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Let the sum \(\sum_{n=1} ^9 \frac{1}{(n)(n+1)(n+2)} \) written in its lowest terms be \(\frac{p}{q}\) Find the value of \(q-p\)

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yes u r right answer is 83

i really sillied this one...i solved correctly but marked wrong answer

p = 27 , q = 110 ➡ q-p = 110-27 = 83

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yes u r right answer is 83

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i really sillied this one...i solved correctly but marked wrong answer

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p = 27 , q = 110 ➡ q-p = 110-27 = 83

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