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shedrick94

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How would you find the radius of convergence for the taylor expansion of:

\begin{equation} f(z)=\frac{e^z}{(z-1)(z+1)(z-3)(z-2)} \end{equation}

I was thinking that you would just differentiate to find the taylor expansion and then use the ratio test but this seems far too tedious to be the right way to do it! Any help?

How would you find the radius of convergence for the taylor expansion of:

\begin{equation} f(z)=\frac{e^z}{(z-1)(z+1)(z-3)(z-2)} \end{equation}

I was thinking that you would just differentiate to find the taylor expansion and then use the ratio test but this seems far too tedious to be the right way to do it! Any help?

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