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Finding mclauren series for the following function

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i am given the function f(x)=x/(9+x2), i am sasked to find the mclauren series,, what i have done is actually found the 1st 2nd 3rd 4th derivative of the function at x0=0 and found the regularity,, but i think that i am expected to use one of the given series' and use deformation, the problem is that i cannot find an appropriate series, the best i can find is

1/(1+x) the problem being that i have a 9 instead of a 1 in my denominator,
 

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Cyosis
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If that is the only problem you have then try [itex]9+x^2=9(1+(\frac{x}{3})^2)[/itex].
 
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so simple, how didnt i see that ,
thanks
 

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