I've never been very good at integrals, i need help with this one please. Evaluate the indefinite integral as a power series. What is the radius of convergence? INT t/(1 - t^4) dt thanks.
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Originally Posted by rcmango I've never been very good at integrals, i need help with this one please. Evaluate the indefinite integral as a power series. What is the radius of convergence? INT t/(1 - t^4) dt thanks. INT t/(1 - t^4) dt = integral t + t^5 + t^9 + .. + t^{4n-3} + ... dt .........................= t^2/2 + t^6/2 + ... + t^{4n-2)}/(4n-2) + .. ........................= Sum_{n=1, infty} t^{4n-2)}/(4n-2) and its radius of convergence should be |t|<1. RonL
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