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Series expansion of a multivariable function to an order n for any number of variables [duplicate]

Suppose I want to expand a multivariable function to an order n. ...
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Two Variable First Order Approximation [duplicate]

I found that using Series and Normal command, I am able to approximate the first order of x or y, but If I also get rid of x*y (cross term), Series command does not work any more. Let's define some ...
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Asymptotic series [duplicate]

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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Multivariables series expansion up to some power of all the variables [duplicate]

I have a function f[x, y, z] that I would like to expand up to a given power of xyz. For now, I am using ...
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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 ...
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Truncate Multivariate Polynomial to Degree [duplicate]

I am working with multivariate polynomials, e.g. Expand[Normal[Series[d/Sqrt[(1 - x^2 + y^2)], {x, 0, 5}, {y, 0, 5}]]] which for this example results in $\frac{...
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Speed up series expansion [duplicate]

I have a rather complicated function that I need to expand it in series, which is quite straightforward but takes a long time. I was wondering if there is a way to speed up such a calculation: ...
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Series expansion of a function up to linear terms [duplicate]

I have the following: \[CapitalSigma] = r^2 + a^2 Cos[\[Theta]]^2; \[CapitalDelta] = r^2 - 2 M r + a^2 - k/3 r^2 (r^2 + a^2); grr = \[CapitalSigma]/\[CapitalDelta]; ...
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Series expansion in variables with different indices [duplicate]

The Series[] command is useful for reformatting algebraic expressions and getting rid of higher-order terms: ...
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Get the homogeneous part of a polynomial

What is the easiest or fastest way to extract the homogeneous part of a polynomial in Mathematica. For instance, if there were a function homog_part[f,n], I could ...
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Calculating Taylor polynomial of an implicit function given by an equation

I'd like to write a procedure that will take an equation: F(x,y,z) = 0 chosen variable: x a point: ...
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Taking some terms from a polynomial

I have a polynomial like this: ...
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Series vs Asymptotic in 12.1

The functionality of Series and Asymptotic (new in V12.1) is very similar. In fact, they are both listed in the Asymptotics ...
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Choosing a branch of the square root when performing a series expansion

I have the following problem. Consider expression f=Sqrt[(x-2y)^2] There is an obvious ambiguity in the definition of f ...
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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 $\...
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