Hello.

I don't know how to calculate given coefficients in a given series. For example

coefficient next to

or a different one:

coefficient next to

Could you explain to me how it is done?

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- November 26th 2012, 11:48 AMwilhelmCalculate the coefficient of a given term in a power series
Hello.

I don't know how to calculate given coefficients in a given series. For example

coefficient next to

or a different one:

coefficient next to

Could you explain to me how it is done? - November 26th 2012, 12:12 PMPlatoRe: Calculate the coefficient of a given term in a power series
- November 26th 2012, 12:19 PMwilhelmRe: Calculate the coefficient of a given term in a power series
I'm sorry, it doesn't signify anything. I don't know why I put it there. It is simply a series . Is it all right now?

- November 26th 2012, 12:30 PMPlatoRe: Calculate the coefficient of a given term in a power series
- November 26th 2012, 12:47 PMcoolgeRe: Calculate the coefficient of a given term in a power series
(x^3 + x^4 + ...) = x^9(1+x+x^2+...) = x^9/(1-x)^3. You can expand the denominator and use a Taylor series expansion and collect the coefficients.

You can try looking up Maclaurin series or Taylor series expansion.