How would I find the maclaurin series for the following function: . The first, second, and third derivatives are: . . Here's where I'm stuck. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Originally Posted by statmajor How would I find the maclaurin series for the following function: . The first, second, and third derivatives are: . . Here's where I'm stuck. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The easiest way would be to notice that and that is the closed form of the geometric series for .
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