I have a problem i cant seem to figure out. I am trying to find the power series expansion for the function
c = 5
Now, would i arrange the 5 + x to force a negative?
then, subtract C? I think this is where i get confused on how to handle C correctly!
But, somehow this isnt correct..
exactly ... to get the denominator in the desired form to write a power series centered at 5
no, 9/[-5 + (x-5) - 5] = 9/(x - 15)
... probably because you have not come across a problem (like this one) that does not follow a "cook-book" procedure. I recommend you speak w/ your instructor about it.