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How to invert a series with two variables, where the series is expanded in the other variable?

You can use AsymptoticSolve for this purpose: ...
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Asymptotic volume of intersection of n-cube with n-sphere

Using angles $\theta$ indexed by their power in the volume element with radius $r$ and equatorial angle $\phi$ ...
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Why does singular solution not satisfy the ode?

This extended comment may help explain the situation. The right side of ode has a branch cut on the negative real axis of y due ...
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Display of nested fractions as products of fractions

Although @Nasser has provided a great straightforward answer for simple cases, more complex nested fractions might require a pattern-matching solution. The following should work for a great variety of ...
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How to solve an overdetermined system in Mathematica

A simpler solution than the proposed answers is to use the (apparently undocumented) third argument of Solve to specify the variables one wants to eliminate (see ...
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How to invert a series with two variables, where the series is expanded in the other variable?

I have found an answer using Solve. It's not a single function call as I'd hoped, but it could probably be made into a function. Perhaps other users will have ...
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How to invert a series with two variables, where the series is expanded in the other variable?

By inversion polynomials of order 6 are involved, so computation is working numerical only, if the abstract root object representation has to be avoided. ...
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