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Unformatted text preview: n be a positive integer. There is an extension to this however that allows for any number at all. Binomial Series If k is any number and then, where, So, similar to the binomial theorem except that its an infinite series and we must have in order to get convergence. Lets check out an example of this. Example 2 Write down the first four terms in the binomial series for Solution So, in this case and well need to rewrite the term a little to put it into the form required. The first four terms in the binomial series is then,...
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