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Consider the power series (n^10(x+7)^n)/((5^n)(n^(32/2))) need to find the interval of convergence and radius of convergence

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  1. anonymous
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    Please help

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    \[ \frac {n^{10}(x+7)^{n}} {5^n n^{\frac {32} {2} }} \] I'm thinking some wrong

  3. anonymous
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    what?

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    power serie 2 variable?

  5. anonymous
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    Consider the power series (n^10(x+7)^n)/((5^n)(n^(32/3))) need to find the interval of convergence and radius of convergence sorry the equation is this

  6. anonymous
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    n=1 and to series to INF

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    need to find interval of convergence goes from -x, to x and radius of converge is R

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    [(n^(10)(x+7)^n)/((5^n)(n^(32/3)))\]

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