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An alternate power series representation for ln(x)
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(05/07/2011, 08:41 PM)JmsNxn Wrote: This proof involves the use of a new operator:


and it's inverse:


and the little differential operator:

(The notation is more unambiguous than in your previous thread Smile )

But your operator can be expressed with the classical differentiation, see:



Or purely functional with the composition operation :

PS: when you write ln with backslash in front:
Code:
[tex]\ln(x)[/tex]
you get a better ln-typesetting.
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RE: An alternate power series representation for ln(x) - by bo198214 - 05/07/2011, 10:45 PM

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