Use known Maclaurin expansions to find the Maclaurin expansion, by adding, composing, differentiating, and so on.

1/((1-x)^3)

is the function I'm supposed to expand and I don't even know where to start. Thanks in advance!!!!

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- July 16th 2007, 03:03 PMTreeMoneyMaclaurin expansion
Use known Maclaurin expansions to find the Maclaurin expansion, by adding, composing, differentiating, and so on.

1/((1-x)^3)

is the function I'm supposed to expand and I don't even know where to start. Thanks in advance!!!! - July 16th 2007, 05:36 PMgalactus
MacLaurin expansion is

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See the pattern. - July 16th 2007, 06:08 PMTreeMoney
Thanks!!!!!

I wasn't using the derivative correctly. Thanks again!!!

Repped - July 16th 2007, 07:53 PMcurvature