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  • ...ccessive [[derivative]]s of the function: this [[Taylor series]] is then a power series in its own right. ...>a_n</math> be a sequence of real or complex coefficients. The associated power series is
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  • #REDIRECT [[Power series#Formal power series]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Power series#Formal power series]]
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  • {{rpl|Power series}}
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  • #REDIRECT [[Power series#Radius of convergence]]
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  • {{r|Power series}}
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  • {{r|Power series}}
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  • ...ccessive [[derivative]]s of the function: this [[Taylor series]] is then a power series in its own right. ...>a_n</math> be a sequence of real or complex coefficients. The associated power series is
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  • A formal power series behaving as if it were the product of a Lie group.
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  • A description of a canonical form for formal power series over a complete local ring.
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  • {{r|Power series}}
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  • {{r|Power series}}
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  • {{r|Power series}}
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  • ...Weierstrass preparation theorem''' describes a canonical form for [[formal power series]] over a [[complete local ring]]. Let ''O'' be a complete local ring and ''f'' a formal power series in ''O''[[''X'']]. Then ''f'' can be written uniquely in the form
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  • ...The ''ordinary generating function'' may be defined purely formally as a [[power series]] The ''exponential generating function'' may be defined similarly as a power series
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  • ...f in some open disk centered at ''a'' it can be expanded as a convergent [[power series]] * the fact that, since power series are infinitely differentiable, so are holomorphic functions (this is in con
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  • ...s)|ring]]: an important special case is the ring of integers. A '''formal power series''' over ''R'', with variable ''S'' is a formal sum <math>\sum a_n n^{-S}</m
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  • ...nt series]] in a neighbourhood of ''a'', so that ''f'' is expressible as a power series
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  • {{r|Power series}}
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  • ...e a commutative ring. A '''formal group''' in one parameter is a [[formal power series]] <math>F\in A[[X,Y]]</math> such that
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  • Jacobi's theta function is a [[power series]] in <math>\exp(\pi i \tau)</math> (traditionally referred to as the ''nome
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  • == Geometric power series == ...t ''q'' by a variable ''x'' and consider the (real or complex) geometric [[power series]]
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