Summing areas of triangles

Calculus Level pending

In the figure, the corners of each square are exactly the midpoint of the line. The squares continue until they are infinitely small.

What is the sum of a and b where \(\frac{a}{b}\) is the exact difference in area between the shaded region and the non-shaded region? a and b are relatively prime.

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