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Well, it’s a bit more intricate than I thought initially :
Sage (i. e. Maxima) can’t solve it.
Sympy does, gives an important precision (radius of convergence), but this answer can’t (yet) be (automatically) translated to Sage
Applying the(Mathematica) method to the object (automatically translated to Mathematica) gives a nonsensical answer
Ditto when calling thefunction to the (manually translated) arguments.
But passing to the interpreter a (manually built) string representting the function call works.
Not obvious to report…