Hello, If I have an expansion of a certain function- , how do I derive the expantion of 1/f(z) ? Namely, I am looking for a series such that: And I'm looking to express it as a function of the given series of Thank you
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I don't know if this would work, but since f(z) is a complex function, you should be able to write it in terms of its real and imaginary parts, and from there be able to find . You should know that
Originally Posted by dudyu Hello, If I have an expansion of a certain function- , how do I derive the expantion of 1/f(z) ? Namely, I am looking for a series such that: And I'm looking to express it as a function of the given series of Thank you If , then is... (1) ... and the b coefficients are found as follows... (2) Kind regards
Originally Posted by chisigma If , then is... (1) ... and the b coefficients are found as follows... (2) Kind regards Thank you! and if is equal to zero, do I simply start from ? Namely- ?
Originally Posted by dudyu Thank you! and if is equal to zero, do I simply start from ? Namely- ? If and You can write... (1) (2) ... and then compute the b coefficients imposing that... (3) Kind regards
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