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Heres the question: write the first three nonzero terms (Maclaurin Series)

[tex]\int^{1+sinx}_{1}(1/(sqrt{(1+ln(x))})dx[/tex]

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

so for the similar questions, i use maclaurin series for common functions (you can see it from this website http://mathworld.wolfram.com/MaclaurinSeries.html" [Broken])

for this question, i tried to start with lnx, but from what i searched online, there is no maclaurin series for lnx (because it is not defined at 0), so now i am stuck. also, i tried to inegrate just the function itself, but it seems impossible.

if lnx does not have a maclaurin series, that function does not have a maclaurin series?

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# Homework Help: Maclaurin series for integrals

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