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How to find the Taylor series of (1+x)^(-1/x) Centered at x=0?

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Find the taylor series for f(x) = ln (1-x) centered at x = 0,
along with the radius and interval of convergance?

Use the definition of Taylor series to find the Taylor series
(centered at c) for the function.
f (x) = e3x, c = 0

Find the radius and interval of convergence for the taylor
series centered at x=0 for g(x)=x^2ln(1+x/3). Please show work.

PART A: Find the Taylor series for ln x
centered at x = 5
PART B: Find the second degree Taylor
polynomial for f (x) = arctan x centered at x = 0

Find the Taylor series for f(x) = e^3+2x centered at x = −1.

Find the Taylor series for f ( x ) centered at the given value
of a . (Assume that f has a power series expansion. Do not show
that R n ( x ) → 0 . f ( x ) = ln x , a = 5
f(x)=∞∑n =?

Use
the definition of a Taylor Series to find the taylor series for
f(x) = e^(-x/2) centered at 0

Find a Taylor series centered at c for f(x) = ln(x^2), c=1

find the taylor series of ln 2x centered at x=2

Find the Taylor series for f(x) centered at
the given value of a. [Assume that f has a power
series expansion. Do not show that
Rn(x) → 0.]
f(x) = xcos(x), a = pi

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