**To read:**Re-read the section**Be sure to understand:**Everything- Find the radius and interval of convergence of the power series

sum((3x) ^{n}/n,n=1..infinity) - Look at PS 13 on the course web page.
**To read:**All**Be sure to understand:**Example 3- Give two good reasons for writing a known function ( such as cos(x) ) as a power series.
- Bring questions on PS 13 (ind) to class on Wednesday.
- If you have questions, come to office hours or e-mail Annie and arrange to meet her at ??? in A102 on Thursday evening.
- PS 13 will not be turned in, but do do it.
- Bring a rough draft of Project 3 to me Monday or Tuesday, if you'd like feedback from me.
- The project is due the last day of class, Friday May 5.

Spring 2000 Math 104

**May**

__ Due Monday 5/1 at 8am__

**11.5: Power Series**

** Reading Questions: **

__ Due Wednesday 5/3 at 8am__

**11.6: Power Series as Functions**

**E-mail Subject Line:** Math 104 Your Name 5/3

**Reading Questions: **

**Reminder:**

__ Semester's End Reminders__

The rest of the semester will be spent on material outside the book and on review.

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