Definition of Exponential series
1. Noun. A series derived from the expansion of an exponential expression.
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Literary usage of Exponential series
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1. Algebra: An Elementary Text-book for the Higher Classes of Secondary Schools by George Chrystal (1893)
"Among the series which can be summed by means of the exponential series, two, ... (Integra-exponential series.) * For farther information regarding ..."
2. A Course of Pure Mathematics by Godfrey Harold Hardy (1908)
"The series on the right-hand side of this equation is known as the exponential series. In particular we have and so e=l + l+l+. ..."
3. College Algebra by Henry Lewis Rietz, Arthur Robert Crathorne (1919)
"... power series is called the exponential series. It is convergent for all values of x. For, we have 1 1 «.i 1 hence, lim It can be proved that Urn = 6«, ..."
4. College Algebra: With Applications by Ernest Julius Wilczynski (1916)
"exponential series. The exponential function ez can be expanded as a power series of the following form (1) .= l+i + si^+...+S+.., as may be proved easily ..."
5. Elements of Dynamic: An Introduction to the Study of Motion and Rest in by William Kingdon Clifford, ( (1878)
"exponential series. We shall now find a series for ex, which is the result of mating unity ... The exponential series is convergent for all values of x. ..."
6. An Elementary Treatise on the Differential Calculus: Containing the Theory by Benjamin Williamson (1889)
"exponential series. — Let y = if. Here f(x) = ax, hence /(o) = i, f(x) = a* log a, „ /(o) =loga, /" (*)=*• Gog*)*, » f'(o)=loga)\ and the expansion is ..."