d) Determine the Taylor series of f'(x) around x=0. Can you do so without using b)? isn't it the same thing as b), just without the first term i guess?? or no?
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Originally Posted by @_@ d) Determine the Taylor series of f'(x) around x=0. Can you do so without using b)? isn't it the same thing as b), just without the first term i guess?? or no? You have, And that, But this is a geometric series that you should recognize,
Last edited by ThePerfectHacker; November 26th 2006 at 06:58 PM.
how is it related to part b then?
Originally Posted by @_@ how is it related to part b then? Ah if you differenciate, Term by term, (NOTE: I made a mistake in my other post about the geometric series. It is corrected now).
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