\[\sum_{x=99}^∞\sum_{y=88}^∞\sum_{z=110}^∞\sum_{g=999}^∞ 100\frac{e^{10}(x^{3}+y^{3} \times z^{3})}{\prod_{n=1881}^∞\frac{n^{5}}{100}+\sqrt{g}}\]

if the above equation is equal to \[\frac{a}{b}\] find \[a \times b\] then minus that number by 1/2

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TopNewestBrilliant staff please help him

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Oh meee gord sooo deeffirricalt. Though honestly, this sum doesn't make any sense. One look and you'll know it doesn't even converge.

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But converging isn't involved, and you'll see why

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Ok, I think you just have a misconception of how the summation works. Go look up on it to see how you can rephrase your question. I've also noticed you changed the question. It still doesn't converge.

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@Ark3 Graptor

Kindly refrain from using note titles like you did previously. These may provoke fights which are uncharacteristic to the Brilliant community.

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my bad i didnt mean it in a bad way

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