Jan18-11, 02:15 AM
My question is just a concept that I don't understand.
When differentiating a power series that starts at n=0 we bump that bound up to n=1.
My question is do we always do that?
Do we only do that when the first term of the power series is a constant and thus when it is differentiated it becomes zero?
My guess is the second case.
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