Why not try to set instead of in series expansion of and then multiply each term of the series by ?...
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Knowing the sum of an infinite convergent geometric series to be where a is the first term and r is the common ratio, compare this to what they have given you.
For a is equal to x^3 and r is equal to -x^2. The first term will be x^3 and then multiply by -x^2 to generate the rest of the terms.
The power series representation of will be provided that for the first term n=0
Nevermind, looks like chisigma beat me to it.