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 A series solution of y' = xy 2008-07-03 From sasha:I've to find the power series solution of the differential equation: y' = xy. I don't know how to find the recursive equation. Can you please help me. ThanksAnswered by Harley Weston. Power series representations 2000-11-27 From Grace:Is there a systematic way of finding a power series representation of a function? I understand that you have to manipulate the function so that it is of the form 1/(1-x), but beyond that I am lost. Answered by Harley Weston. A Maclaurin series 2000-09-21 From Jason Rasmussen:I have a question regarding power series notation for certain functions within the interval of convergence.Answered by Harley Weston. Radius of convergence 1999-04-21 From Nowl Stave:Why is the radius of convergence of the first 6 terms of the power series expansion of x^(1/2) centered at 4 less than 6? Answered by Harley Weston.

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