 9.9.1: ?In Exercises 14, find a geometric power series for the function, ...
 9.9.2: ?In Exercises 14, find a geometric power series for the function, ...
 9.9.3: ?In Exercises 14, find a geometric power series for the function, ...
 9.9.4: ?In Exercises 14, find a geometric power series for the function, ...
 9.9.5: ?In Exercises 516, find a power series for the function, centered ...
 9.9.6: ?In Exercises 516, find a power series for the function, centered ...
 9.9.7: ?In Exercises 516, find a power series for the function, centered ...
 9.9.8: ?In Exercises 516, find a power series for the function, centered ...
 9.9.9: ?In Exercises 516, find a power series for the function, centered ...
 9.9.10: ?In Exercises 516, find a power series for the function, centered ...
 9.9.11: ?In Exercises 516, find a power series for the function, centered ...
 9.9.12: ?In Exercises 516, find a power series for the function, centered ...
 9.9.13: ?In Exercises 516, find a power series for the function, centered ...
 9.9.14: ?In Exercises 516, find a power series for the function, centered ...
 9.9.15: ?In Exercises 516, find a power series for the function, centered ...
 9.9.16: ?In Exercises 516, find a power series for the function, centered ...
 9.9.17: ?Using a Power Series In Exercises 1726, use the power series\(\fr...
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 9.9.26: ?Using a Power Series In Exercises 1726, use the power series\(\fr...
 9.9.27: ?In Exercises 27 and 28, letS_{n}=x\frac{x^{2}}{2}+\frac{x^{3}}{3}...
 9.9.28: ?In Exercises 27 and 28, letS_{n}=x\frac{x^{2}}{2}+\frac{x^{3}}{3}...
 9.9.29: ?In Exercises 29 and 30, (a) graph several partial sums of the seri...
 9.9.30: ?In Exercises 29 and 30, (a) graph several partial sums of the seri...
 9.9.31: ?In Exercises 3134, use the series for f(x) = arctan x to approxim...
 9.9.32: ?In Exercises 3134, use the series for f(x) = arctan x to approxim...
 9.9.33: ?In Exercises 3134, use the series for f(x) = arctan x to approxim...
 9.9.34: ?In Exercises 3134, use the series for f(x)=\arctan x to approxima...
 9.9.35: ?Using a Power Series In Exercises 3538, use the power series\(\fr...
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 9.9.39: ?A fair coin is tossed repeatedly. The probability that the first h...
 9.9.40: ?Use the results of Exercises 35  38 to find the sum of each serie...
 9.9.41: ?Writing In Exercises 41  44, explain how to use the geometric ser...
 9.9.42: ?Writing In Exercises 41  44, explain how to use the geometric ser...
 9.9.43: ?Writing In Exercises 41  44, explain how to use the geometric ser...
 9.9.44: ?Writing In Exercises 41  44, explain how to use the geometric ser...
 9.9.45: ?Prove that\(\arctan x+\arctan y=\arctan \frac{x+y}{1x y}\)for \( ...
 9.9.46: ?Use the result of Exercise 45 to verify each identity.(a) \(\arcta...
 9.9.47: ?In Exercises 47 and 48, (a) verify the given equation, and (b) use...
 9.9.48: ?In Exercises 47 and 48, (a) verify the given equation, and (b) use...
 9.9.49: ?In Exercises 49  54, find the sum of the convergent series by usi...
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 9.9.55: Using Series One of the series in Exercises 4954 converges to its s...
 9.9.56: ?The radius of convergence of the power series \(\sum_{n=0}^{\infty...
 9.9.57: ?The power series \(\sum_{n=0}^{\infty} a_{n} x^{n}\) converges for...
 9.9.58: ?The graphs show first, second, and thirddegree polynomial appro...
 9.9.59: ?In Exercises 59 and 60, find the sum of the series.\(\sum_{n=0}^{\...
 9.9.60: ?In Exercises 59 and 60, find the sum of the series.\(\sum_{n=0}^{\...
 9.9.61: ?Use a graphing utility to show that \(\frac{\sqrt{8}}{9801} \sum_{...
 9.9.62: ?Describe why the statement is incorrect. \(sum_{n=0}^{\infty} x^{n...
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Closed interval
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Conic section (or conic)
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