Knowing that 1/(1-x) = Σ x^n , for n=0 to inf. Can anyone help me to find a power series summation rule for the function 1/(1-x^2) . And also for which values does it converge ? Thanks in advance Nikolas
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Originally Posted by tsebamm Knowing that 1/(1-x) = Σ x^n , for n=0 to inf. Can anyone help me to find a power series summation rule for the function 1/(1-x^2) . And also for which values does it converge ? Thanks in advance Nikolas
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