The sum of squares

The series of squares

The visual aid

Sum of squares from 1 to 4
4 times the sum of integers from 1 to 4
Sum of integers from 1 to 4
Relationship between the sum of squares and the sum of integers
Each row of red squares is a sum of integers
Sums of integers with 1, 2, and 3 upper bounds
Sum of the sum of integers from 1 to 3
Mathematical description of the sum of the sum of integers
Sum of integers
Sum of the sum of integers
Number of red squares
The upper bound of the red squares is n-1
The sum of squares in terms of the sum of integers and the sum of the sum of integers

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Undergraduate student in Robotics and Digital Systems at ITESM. 💙 Math, science, and robotics. Lifelong learner.

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