Hello guys,
I did a lot of finding the derivative of power series, but I'm stuck on the first exercise of finding the power series representation of a integral.
In this case:
I dont even know how to begin this.
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Any ideas?
Hello guys,
I did a lot of finding the derivative of power series, but I'm stuck on the first exercise of finding the power series representation of a integral.
In this case:
I dont even know how to begin this.
=/
Any ideas?
I dont undertand why
So, basically you integrate the given expression, find the general term of de series of that integrated expression, then make the substitution with given integral limits?
Like, the following is:
So that integral is: ...
aah, =S how the heck will I find this general term expression?
I dont mean to get help in all exercises, I just want to understand the logic here =/
Thanks for the help and patience.