Complex analysis you say? Does that mean it has an elementary solution that can be evaluated to produce a real number result ?

No, the solution involves complex numbers and the polylogarithm function

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how about

this was in one of my books, i could never figure out how to do it. i think its non elementary.]]>

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I believe you can integrate an absolutely convergent series term by term within its radius of convergence, and the result would be another absolutely convergent series?

Rickys turn.

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is that meant to be interpreted as:

or

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Why?

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