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    Proof that a power series equals zero for all z iff each coefficient is zero



    I didn't quote a lot of theorems here because they all seem pretty trivial. Is this a sufficient proof? (Please note: I'm sure there are better ways to prove this, but I'm most interested in whether or not I'm formulating good/sufficient/test-worthy proofs). Thanks so much!
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    Quote Originally Posted by davismj View Post


    I didn't quote a lot of theorems here because they all seem pretty trivial. Is this a sufficient proof? (Please note: I'm sure there are better ways to prove this, but I'm most interested in whether or not I'm formulating good/sufficient/test-worthy proofs). Thanks so much!
    I would agree with that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drexel28 View Post
    I would agree with that!
    Finally, I got one! You don't know how long I've been waiting for this!
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