# Differentiating and Integrating Power Series

Understanding the principles of differentiating and integrating power series is essential in the realm of calculus and mathematical analysis. Power series, which are infinite series composed of terms involving powers of a variable, are fundamental tools in approximating functions and solving differential equations. The process of differentiation allows us to find the derivative of a power series, providing insights into the rate of change of the function it represents. Conversely, integration enables us to determine the antiderivative of a power series, facilitating the calculation of areas under curves and solving initial value problems. Through these operations, we can unlock deeper insights into the behavior and properties of mathematical functions.

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