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What is the convergence radius of this power series?
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I see where you're coming from, but then, why is it converging? Can't we just say:
I'm betting a is somewhere in [e, 6] range.

I was a little perplexed myself when it converged, because I know that
this converges only for integer values of t. This is why I made sure to make t = 0, and not a real value, but still it makes you wonder if a derivative of the growth of something that doesn't converge will converge... but then it does, at least for x>a.

Perhaps I'm making an error somewhere and the convergence is right for the wrong reasons.
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RE: What is the convergence radius of this power series? - by JmsNxn - 05/29/2011, 02:25 AM

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