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I'm asked to find the Laurent series of some rational function and using partial fractions I encounter something like 1/(c-z)^2 with c > 0.

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I've tried several 'algebraic tricks' like multiplying for z^2 or just staring at it several hours without any results... besides a some red eyes! I know I just can't multiply the Laurent series of 1/(c-z) and I ran out of ideas... Please, a little help!

By the way, if you remember your middle school and just do the division the result seems like the Laurent series 1/z^2+2c/z^3+3c^2/z^4+4c^3/z^5+... (and I say 'seems like' because I don't know which is the Laurent series...), why that happens?! Does it has to do with the uniqueness of the Laurent series?!?

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