I'm having troubles with this one problem. Derive the Taylor Series of centered around by multiplying the top and bottom by where
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Originally Posted by Haven I'm having troubles with this one problem. Derive the Taylor Series of centered around by multiplying the top and bottom by where Using the hint, we have:
Oh my gosh, it's so obvious now. I was trying to do partial fractions or something stupid like that. Thanks alot, and nice joke in your signature
Last edited by mr fantastic; November 15th 2009 at 04:25 AM. Reason: d --> sh
You're welcome and thanks. I assume you were referring to the Hilbert quote I had (seeing as I changed my signature literally five minutes ago).
Originally Posted by Haven Oh my gosh, it's so obvious now. I was trying to do partial fractions or something stupid like that. Thanks alot, and nice joke in your signature You will find that there is a "thanks" button on the right at the bottom of the helpful post for you if you wish to thank the helpful poster. CB
Last edited by mr fantastic; November 15th 2009 at 04:26 AM.
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