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Find a power series representation for the function and determine the radius of convergence. ln(x^2+4)

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    what part of that do you need help with exactly?

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    The steps to get the solution. I'm trying to learn how to do power series right now.

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    where is this series supposed to be centered?

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    usually you art going to want to first find a power series representation for 1/(x^2+4) then integrate to find the power series representation for that log function then solve for the arbitrary constant based on where this should be centered (probably at x=0, i am guessing)

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