(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. Find a power series for F(x)= 3/4x^3-5, where c=1

2. power series = 1/a-r

3. What I did was take a derivative to get a similar function that was easier to solve. I used 1/x^3-1. Then I found a series for that function. Which I got [tex]\sum[/tex](x^3)^n. Then I added back from my orginal problem and got [tex]\sum[/tex](4/3x)^3n does this look at all right?

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# Homework Help: Power series representation

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