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    [SOLVED] Taylor Series



    So far I have got

    z-z0
    z0=-2

    therefore z+2

    c/z-(-4-2)=c/z+6

    Im not sure if this is correct please help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldo_07 View Post


    So far I have got

    z-z0
    z0=-2

    therefore z+2

    c/z-(-4-2)=c/z+6

    Im not sure if this is correct please help.
    see here
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    Thanks that really helped.

    i managed to get z+2 >6 so radius of convergence is 6?

    is this correct
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