Have you tried using Maclaurin series for ln?
Hey guys, I am having a bit of difficulty with this power series problem:
Basically I need to find a power series representation for this function. First I tried breaking this problem down through properties of logarithm:
Then afterwards, I tried various steps and (random) methods to try and solve this problem. As of right now I am completely stuck, and I have no idea how to further continue this problem.
Any feedback and help on this problem would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks
Have you tried using Maclaurin series for ln?
Would you need to use the Mclaurin series for this. I just started learning about the Taylor/Mclaurin series, and this problem seems a bit complicated to use the Mclaurin series method.
Thanks! So basically, I can ignore the 1/2 (from the square root function) and just focus on the ln(1 + u) and simplify the problem, and then later factor in the 1/2?