Use power series to solve y''(t)=y*y'(t), y(0)=2 and y'(0)=-3
I know to assume that y=a0+a1t+a2t^2+a3t^3+a4t^4 (where the number following a is its subscript and not a coefficient on t)
and I know to get the first and second derivatives from there. What I am having trouble with is foiling the series for y and the series for y'. Could someone please help me finish this problem? If I could just multiply the two series together without any mistakes, I'd pretty much be done.

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