Can this series be represented by a function

Hello,

The infinite series

might also be expressed

where is the jth integral of x, and

Again, this series can be expressed in the function

Now, my question is does there exist a function that expresses the series

where is the jth *derivative* of x?

(...and I guess or something like that)

Thanks

Re: Can this series be represented by a function

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**rainer** Hello,

The infinite series

might also be expressed

where

is the jth integral of x, and

No, it isn't. The "jth integral of x" is , not .

The **exponential** function, , has the property you are talking about.

Quote:

Again, this series can be expressed in the function

Now, my question is does there exist a function that expresses the series

where

is the jth *derivative* of x?

??? the **first** derivative of x is 1 and the "jth derivative of x" for j> 1 is 0. So such a series would be x+ 1+ 0+ 0+ 0...= x+ 1.

Quote:

(...and I guess

or something like that)

Thanks