Laurent series

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Hey guys.
I need to develop this function into Laurent series.
I used the Sin Taylor series and got what I got.
Now, is there a trick or something to get the z-2 inside series or is this enough?

Thanks.


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Expand sin(z) about z= 2, not 0! And that can be done relatively easily by writing sin(z) as sin(u+ 2) where u= z- 2. sin(u+2)= cos(u)sin(2)+ sin(u)cos(2) so
[tex]sin(z)= \sum_{n=0}^\infty \frac{(-1)^n sin(2)}{(2n)!}(z-2)^{2n}+ \frac{(-1)^n cos(2)}{(2n+1)!}(z-2)^{2n+1}[/tex]
Where I have expanded sin(u) and cos(u) in the usual series around u= 0.
 
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Expand sin(z) about z= 2, not 0! And that can be done relatively easily by writing sin(z) as sin(u+ 2) where u= z- 2. sin(u+2)= cos(u)sin(2)+ sin(u)cos(2) so
[tex]sin(z)= \sum_{n=0}^\infty \frac{(-1)^n sin(2)}{(2n)!}(z-2)^{2n}+ \frac{(-1)^n cos(2)}{(2n+1)!}(z-2)^{2n+1}[/tex]
Where I have expanded sin(u) and cos(u) in the usual series around u= 0.
Thanks
 

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