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# Powers of x multiplied by a power series Prove that if ISBN: 9780321570567 2

## Solution for problem 63AE Chapter 9.2

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Problem 63AE

Problem 63AE

Powers of x multiplied by a power series Prove that if converges on the interval I, then the power series for x'" f(x) also converges on I for positive integers m.

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Given that converges on the interval I

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