Having a hard time with this one: E 1/n^x , have tried too use n^-x=e^(-x ln n) which in turn e^(...) = lim n->OO (1-(x ln n)/n)^n and then go on with finding the centre, but I feel I'm far far off. How to get it like E an(x-c)^n and use the more straight foreward path.
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You can't ask for a radius of convergence unless you say which point you are expanding around. I'm guessing the actual question is 'for what values of x does the series converge'. Is x complex? Hint: your series is a p-series. And your series defines part of the Riemann zeta function.
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