for a termwise mulitiplication of two taylor series,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1.sigma a m(x-x0)^m

2.sigma b m (x-x0)^m

then if you mutilpy 1 and 2, shouldn't you get

sigma a mbm(x-x0)^2m?

but my textbook says that it's only

sigma a mbm(x-x0)^m

from advanced engineering mathematics by erwin kreyszig 9E pg202

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# Homework Help: Termwise multiplication

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