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I am trying to prove something, but I need some kind of a result on the coefficients of a power series.

Suppose f(z) has a power series expansion about zero (converges). What can I say about the sum of the absolute values of the coefficients? Ideally I would like to show this sum is less than 1.

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# Coefficients in the power series

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