How would i find a series representation for ln(x) from the series of ln(1+x)? which is: [(-1)^n * x^n] / n
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Originally Posted by jules027 How would i find a series representation for ln(x) from the series of ln(1+x)? which is: [(-1)^n * x^n] / n i dont know if this would help.. and so haha.. am i ryt?
Originally Posted by kalagota i dont know if this would help.. and so haha.. am i ryt? Now to find ln(x) in terms of this Kalgotta was correct the first step is to see that So by letting we get Substituting back in what u equals we get To verify we see that QED
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