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Create polynomials from Series

This question actually doesn't have quite a lot to do with the Series function, but I don't know how to describe my problem. So here's the thing. I'm trying to ...
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1answer
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Compose two special power series expansions

I have two functions $A(x), B(x)$, given in a special power series form: $A(x)=1-x^{2}\left(\frac{a}{10}-\sum_{k=1}^{9}b_{k}\left(\frac{(x^{2}-1)}{r}\right)^{k}\right)$ ...
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1answer
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Is it possible to circumvent a bug inside SeriesCoefficient?

As far as I can tell, there seems to be a bug in SeriesCoefficient: ...
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1answer
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Matrix exponential MatrixExp[] vs Sum[MatrixPower[]] doesn't match?

I might be an idiot, but I cannot get the manual expansion of e^At to match the MatrixExp[A t] result. For example, I have the following: ...
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1answer
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nested series expansion

I have to invert the following matrix in which the functions U[t,x,y,r] and K[t,x,y,r] and all their derivatives are "small"; ...
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1answer
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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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1answer
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Evaluate integral of a series

I want to evaluate this integral, but it won't work. Does anyone knows why? ...
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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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Series expansion in terms of Hermite polynomials

I am trying to expand a polynomial in terms of orthogonal polynomials (in my case, Hermite). Maple has a nice built-in function for this, ChangeBasis. Is there a ...
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How to study asymptotic behavior, built-in functions

My question is as follows. Suppose we have a function $f(r)$ and we want to study its asymptotic behavior at infinity ($r\rightarrow \infty$). For example, the function may reduce to $-\frac{a}{r}$ or ...
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1answer
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About high dimensional integrals

I want to be able to do high dimensional integrals like, (..naively I wrote it as this..) ...