Power-series



noun, Mathematics.
1.
an infinite series in which the terms are coefficients times successive powers of a given variable, or times products of powers of two or more variables.
noun
1.
a mathematical series whose terms contain ascending positive integral powers of a variable, such as a0 + a1x + a2x² +…
power series
A sum of successively higher integral powers of a variable or combination of variables, each multiplied by a constant coefficient.

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