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Determine the radius of Convergence of: Pic coming

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    |dw:1347219235138:dw|

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    Let f(x)=cos(5x^2). find f(100)(0)

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    @jim_thompson5910

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    @LolWolf

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    I can't really read that, sorry.

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    That is + infintity on the top of the E

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    This is one of my calculus II problems

  8. LolWolf
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    Try typing it using the equation editor.

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    \[\sum_{e}^{?}\]

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    I mean the expression as a whole.

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    ok one sec.

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    I have to leave within the next 5-10 mins, so I might not be able to finish a response...

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