Find a power series representation for the function f(x) = x^3 / (x - 2)^2
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Originally Posted by LeoBloom. Find a power series representation for the function f(x) = x^3 / (x - 2)^2 Ok first we note that But we also know that So we have
Ok, so when the n becomes 1 in the Sigma, that means that you took the derivative? And can you only multiply the x^3 after you do that?
Originally Posted by LeoBloom. Ok, so when the n becomes 1 in the Sigma, that means that you took the derivative? And can you only multiply the x^3 after you do that? What do you mean? I multiplied after I took the derivative because if I would have done so before hand I would be saying the following is true Which I hope is not true, or I got an A+ in calculus when I shouldnt have
Good man, you've answered my question, you deserve your A+
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