Hi could someone help me with this what are the first three non-zero terms of the maclaurin expansion of x.ln(4-x^2) Thanks for any help
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You probably know the series for 1/(1-x) Just integrate this and you can get the series for ln(1-x) Then with a judicious substitution for x you can find ln(4-x^2) Then multiply this series by x
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