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Series expansion hangs on second evaluation [on hold]

I use this code to get the binomial expansion of $ (1+x)^\frac{-1}{2} $ Series[(1 + x)^(-1/2), {x, 0, 30}] For the first time I excute the code it takes 0.036000 ...
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Multivariate series expansions to different powers

I have a function that (I believe) correctly takes the multivariate Taylor series expansion about the origin for some expression (first argument), in some variables (second argument, list), to ...
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Expand expression into quotient of negative power series

I have a function T(z) and want to expand it to the following form: At the end I want to have a list of equations, which can calculate a0, a1, a2, b0, b1 and b2 with different values of h1, h2, ...
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Making mathematica do regulated integrals

Consider the integration, $\int _0 ^\infty dx\ x \tanh( \pi x) \sqrt {x^2 + a^2 } $ where $a$ is a real number. This integral is divergent. We note that an asymptotic expansion of the integrand ...
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Imaginary number appears in Integrate [closed]

I had a problem in the following code because when I use Integrate, there will always be imaginary number in the result. I put my code here. The satisfactory result should look like eq 9.138, which I ...
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84 views

Symbolically Expanding One-Variable q-hypergeometric Series

In general, how do I get Mathematica to symbolically expand various infinite series to an arbitrary degree of accuracy? I deal with q-hypergeometric series quite frequently, and specifically want to ...
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413 views

How does Mathematica understand branchcuts of the complex logarithm?

Say I have the function $f(x) = x \tanh(\pi x) \log (x^2 +a^2)$ where $a$ is some positive real number. Then it seems to be me that Mathematica when given such a ...
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1answer
90 views

Evaluate integral of a series

I want to evaluate this integral, but it won't work. Does anyone knows why? ...
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1answer
155 views

Asymptotic expansion

I wanted to expand a function of $x$ about $x=\infty$ and see its coefficients as a function of the parameters $m,n,q,y$ and I wrote this - but it didn't work! It gave me back a very complicated ...
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How to get the series expansion of $e^{x^a}$ at $x=0$?

I want to have a series expansion of $e^{x^a}$ or $e^{c_1x^a+c_2x^b}$ at $x=0$, but Series cannot give any useful result even if the assumption $a>0$ is ...
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Series coefficients for an infinite sum?

I'm working through Carl Bender's Mathematical Physics lectures on YouTube (which are great fun), and I'd like Mathematica's help solving terms in the perturbation series. It would be convenient if ...
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51 views

Finding series expansion in parametric setting

Suppose $y=f(x;p_1,p_2,...)$ and $t=g(x;p_1,p_2,...)$ are given where $p_1,p_2,...$ are some parameters. We want to find a series expansion of $y$ in terms of $t$. Is there a direct command or ...
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78 views

Series expansion using an exponential basis

I am currently trying to Laplace invert an expression with the following pattern $$ \frac{s \alpha \text{Cosh}[s(L-x)]+\beta \text{Sinh}[s(L-x)]}{s(\gamma \text{Cosh}[sL]+s \delta \text{Sinh}[sL])} ...
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1answer
115 views

Problems with series of generalized hypergeometric functions

I have been trying to do the following series: Series[HypergeometricPFQ[{1, 4, 4}, {4 - Sqrt[3], 4 + Sqrt[3]}, z],{z,1,0}] Mathematica says that the result is ...
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202 views

How to get rid of all complex numbers and functions?

For almost esthetical reasons, I always have been fascinated by infinite sums of series and I always wonder if theyhave a closed form. A couple of days ago, I found on MSE a question related to the ...
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1answer
55 views

Reducing a multi-variate polynomial to have terms upto certain degree

I have a polynomial in x and y. I want to keep all the terms with (combined) degree 4. Any pointers will be appreciated. Simple tricks for doing the same with univariate polynomial don't seem to work. ...
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1answer
142 views

How to compute the residue of $e^{z-\frac{1}{z}}$ at z=0?

I've tried the following but it didn't work: Residue[Exp[z - 1/z], {z, 0}] not even this: Residue[Exp[1/z], {z, 0}] ...
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1answer
59 views

How can we tell Series to treat the expansion parameter as an integer?

It is simple for Mathematica to find an asymptotic expansion for $\frac{1}{-1+p}$ as $p \rightarrow \infty$. However, if we want to restrict $p$ to be an integer and also include some terms that ...
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273 views

How to make all numbers equal to one in a Series?

I have many outputs of one-dimensional Series expansions for which I am only interested in the general tending with the variable. For example, I would like to be able to transform something like ...
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2answers
113 views

Asymptotic series

I need to solve the following problem. I have the following function: Erf[Sqrt[a x^2 + b y^2]]/Sqrt[a x^2 + b y^2], where x and y are variables and a and b ...
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1answer
63 views

equidistant solutions in Sequence Sums That Are Squares

In my demonstration "Sequence Sums That Are Squares" I demonstrate two "lines" of solutions (of infinite length) and ask whether someone can find one more line. I am looking forward to your solution. ...
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119 views

Expansion with binomial coefficients

How can I get binomial coefficients in expansion of $(n x+i) (1+i x)^n+(n x-i) (1-i x)^n$, where $i=\sqrt{-1}$ and $n$ is an integer. I have no idea how to coax Mathematica to do something remotely ...
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146 views

How does Mathematica find a series expansion of expressions containing logarithms when there is a singularity at the expansion point?

I am looking for a good approximation to a function containing logarithms, especially at values close to zero. When I used Mathematica's Series command I found ...
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76 views

Using Product for different variables

when using product in mathematica the initial and maximum value of the product will be the variable itself that will be maupulated. what I need is to make these initial and maximum of the product as ...
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1answer
67 views

Is it possible to find a function from first few terms in the expansion

Is it possible to find a function if first few terms of the expansion is known. For example if I have this series $f(x)=\frac{k^3 x^2}{6}-\frac{k^5 x^4}{120}+\frac{k^7 x^6}{5040}-\frac{k^9 ...
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99 views

Get interval of series

It seems to be a stupid question but I wonder how to get an interval of a series expansion. The current series command Series[f, {x, x0, n}] only give series ...
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1answer
176 views

Computing a series in terms of exponential function

Is there any way to compute the following series in terms of exponential function ? $$\sum_{k=0}^\infty Y_1(k)\;x^k$$ where $$Y_1(k) = \frac{(k - 1)!}{k!}Y_3(k - 1)$$ $$Y_2(k) = \frac{(k - ...
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1answer
100 views

Generating a power series expansion of the function with parameter

I'm trying to generate a power series expansion of the following function: ...
3
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2answers
111 views

Change all values of a series to positive values

I would like to change all values of a series to positive values. I refer to my previous question, answered in the most part, very elegantly by RunnyKine. However, there remains a slight glitch that ...
4
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1answer
151 views

List manipulation - various

Update OK, Please forgive the messiness of this, but I am working with something like: ...
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109 views

Series expansion: Taylor series takes huge amount of time

I'm working on a notebook, trying to expand the root of a cubic polynomial in Taylor series. When I type: ...
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1answer
109 views

Apparently contradictory output from Series and D

I defined a function as: g[b_] := Integrate[f[n]Exp[-b DA (n.u)^2], n] Obviously D[g[b], b] /. b -> 0 gives ...
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86 views

Expanding a Function in Series works, SeriesCoefficient Doesn't Work

Take the following definitions: ...
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40 views

Get pattern from rising numbers [duplicate]

I am no mathematician or math star, yet wondering if there is a formula or a way to calculate what follows: I have series of numbers: ...
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3answers
170 views

What is the formula for this numerical series?

I'm developing a questions game. My goal is that the score for each correct answer will increase as the user answers more questions. Initially there are 15 points for each correct answer. Every 4 ...
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0answers
286 views

Solving differential equations with sums (power series)

I have sets of 10 differential equations, but for this purpose I'll demonstrate what I need on one example that can be solved by hand. My equation is this: ...
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1answer
95 views

Constraint on variables in summation

Is it possible to have a constraint on variables in summation of series just similar to pattern constraint e.g. ...
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4answers
111 views

Help with writing a polynomial series [duplicate]

I want to write and evaluate an expression something like Sum[x[i] Product[y[j], {j(!=i), 1, n}], {i, 1, n}] but with correct syntax, where n is a any number ...
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1answer
293 views

Sum[expr,{i,0,Infinity}] for power series of cumulative normal distribution gives exponential function?

The Taylor series (about 0) for the cumulative normal distribution has coefficients: ...
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1answer
185 views

Why does the evaluation of this series fail?

The following series expression holds: ...
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40 views

Best way to power series expand in multiple variables? [duplicate]

A power series expansion of a multivariate function can be performed with the Series command, which performs each expansion consecutively. The results can be a bit ...
3
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2answers
98 views

Zero order term in an exprerssion

I have a very long expression like a + b x/y + f + c y/x + d (x z)/y + ... where a , b, c, f ... are coefficients and ...
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46 views

Degeneracy problem at the start of a series expansion

I am facing the following problem : I have an equation which could write $$ F(x_1(Y))-F(x_2(Y)) = 0 $$ $x_1$ and $x_2$ are the largest and smallest roots of a cubic equation; their definition ...
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1answer
204 views

Erfi[z] expansion in Mathematica: is this a bug?

Looking at the expansion: Series[Erfi[x], {x, Infinity, 1}] I obtain -I+E^x^2 (1/(Sqrt[\[Pi]] x)+O[1/x]^2) (note the ...
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0answers
104 views

Changing bounds of summation after differentiating symbolic sums

Suppose, I have a function written as Taylor-Maclaurin series f = Sum[c[n]*x^n, {n, 0, Infinity}] Now, I wish to differentiate this expression with respect to ...
0
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1answer
99 views

Series expansions [duplicate]

I am not a very experienced user. My problem is that I have a polynomial equation F[Z,a,b,c]=0 in which parameters a, b and c are series of another variable x. What I look for is how to generate the ...
7
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1answer
205 views

Series expansion for small ratio of variables

I have a messy expression of variables that I would like to simplify under the assumption that certain ratios of the variables are small. For example, consider $\sqrt{x+y}\;$ expanded for small ...
0
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1answer
76 views

sequence of matrix multipications

My linear algebra book has questions that are are marked to use math software. There's probably some $50 guide on how to do everything but usually documentation has gotten me through. I've been kind ...
0
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1answer
107 views

Retain required terms in asymptotic expansions

I am using Mathematica 8 to do lengthy asymptotic expansions for use in statistics. In particular I have $\lambda=\beta+\epsilon+\delta+\gamma+O(n^{-5/2})$ where the first term is of order ...