2023-10-27 22:05:51 +0100 | marked best answer | Define truncated power series as two variable function? I'd like to be able to define a function of two variables that involves a sum. My attempt is When I evaluate the function at any value of m, as above, sagemath doesn't expand the sum, or even evaluate to a number if I enter a value of x. Somehow the sum becomes atomic. Is there a way to make this sort of definition work? My students naturally constructed truncated power series this way to experiment with in Desmos, and I'd like to bridge that gap into sagemath without Big-O notation or power series rings or anything like that. |

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2023-09-19 04:04:27 +0100 | edited answer | Define truncated power series as two variable function? As it's been awhile I thought I'd submit Max Alekseyev's comment as an answer so that this question is seen as complete. |

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2023-08-29 21:22:34 +0100 | commented question | Define truncated power series as two variable function? These are both marvelously simple solutions. The lambda functions even remains differentiable. If you post this as an an |

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