1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data find the 58th derivative of (1+x^3)^(30) at zero (The Answer is zero) 2. Relevant equations The binomial series expansion the maclaurin series (f^(n)(0)/n!)x^n 3. The attempt at a solution So I expanded the given equation into the binomial series and at at the 19th term, I got 30(30-1)...(30-19+1)/57! * x^(57). But I don't get how that gets me any closer to the answer of zero.