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    powerseries respresentation of the function and the interval of convergance. was not given an "a" by which to rotate the function.

    f(x)=lnx
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    Re: power series respresentation of a function

    Quote Originally Posted by bryonsingletary View Post
    powerseries respresentation of the function and the interval of convergance. was not given an "a" by which to rotate the function.

    f(x)=lnx
    Try centring the function at x = 1...
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    Re: power series respresentation of a function

    Quote Originally Posted by Prove It View Post
    Try centring the function at x = 1...
    I can do it with a taylor series around 1 but I think I need a general sumation and interval of convergence to solve the problem.

    thank you for the tip thought I always welcome suggestions.
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