
#1
Feb2912, 11:25 PM

PF Gold
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Given a general, convergent infinite sum, say, one like this:
[tex]\sum_{n=0}^\infty a_n x^n[/tex] Is there a formula for the square of such a sum? I looked at the Cauchy product, but I'd rather not get a double sum as an answer... 



#2
Feb2912, 11:33 PM

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