Boundary Value Problems/Series Solutions

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In your Calculus course you were introduced to Power Series and the representation of certain types of functions using Taylor series.

where n! is the factorial of n and f (n)(a) denotes the nth derivative of f evaluated at the point a; the zeroth derivative of f is defined to be f itself and (x − a)0 and 0! are both defined to be 1.

If the Taylor series converges to we write

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