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Also, if the limit of a function is 0, does that mean that the function itself converges to 0?

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Also, if the limit of a function is 0, does that mean that the function itself converges to 0?

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What does "representing a function as a power series" have to do with integrating? The most common way of writing a function as a power series is the Taylor's series method that involves differentiation. Could you give a specific example of what you are talking about?When representing a function as a power series, why do we evaluate the constant C of integration at 0 to determine the value of C?

What do you mean by "function itself converges to 0"? "Convergence" always implies a limit. Do you mean theAlso, if the limit of a function is 0, does that mean that the function itself converges to 0?

If the limit, as x goes to a, of f(x) is any specific value L (which could be 0) and f is

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