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**MATLAB**program to compute the**sum**of the**series**12 + 22 + 32 ... such that the**sum**is as large as possible without exceeding 1000. The program should display how many terms are used in the**sum**. Question: Write a**MATLAB**program to compute the**sum**of the**series**12 + 22 + 32 ... such that the**sum**is as large as possible without exceeding 1000.