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2) Find the radius of convergence and the interval of convergence of each power series. If the radius is 0, then state the value ofx at which it converges

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n = [

(-1)”(x-3)” n = 6″ n

k = 2.4.6… (2k)

(-1)” (r+4)”+ n = 5″ Vn+l

nl(x+3)” n? +1 “= [

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