I need to express the sinh-1(x) as a power series in terms of powers of x. I have written the expression as x=sinhy and expanded the sinhy using the exponential series to give x = y+(1/3)y^3+(1/5)y^5+... I guess I need to expand the y=sinh-1(x) and compare or equate the coefficients. If this doesn't make sense it's because I'm confused, as you can tell. I expanded the sinhy and expressed it as a power series in y. I need to invert the x=y+(1/3)y^3+(1/5)y^5+... to then express it in terms of power terms of x. Does this sound right??(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Expansion of y=sinh-1(x) in terms of x using inversion of power series method

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