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Find the MacLaurin series expansion of f(x)=(x^3)/(x+2). Find also the higher derivative f^{(10)}(0)

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3. The attempt at a solution

I'm not sure how to approach this question. The derivative of f(x) becomes larger and larger and I'm not sure how to calculate the higher derivative.

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# Homework Help: MacLaurin Expansion to Find Higher Derivative

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