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## Homework Statement

Find the Taylor series for:

ln[(x - h

^{2}) / (x + h

^{2})]

## Homework Equations

f(x+h) =∑

^{n}

_{k=0}f

^{(k)}(x) * h

^{k}/ k! + E

_{n + 1}

where E

_{n + 1}= f

^{(n + 1)}(ξ) * h

^{n + 1}/ (n + 1)!

## The Attempt at a Solution

ln[(x - h

^{2}) / (x + h

^{2})] = ln(x-h

^{2}) - ln(x + h

^{2})

This is as far as I have been able to get. I don't understand what to set x and h to, and without that I don't think I can do much else.

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