Mclauren series for Guassian Integral

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I'm supposed to be finding the McLauren series for the following function:
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I don't even know where to start... f'(0) is easy to calculate, but what about f(0) and any subsequent derivatives evaluated at 0?
 

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Nevermind! I think I got this, I simply found the series for e^-x^2 and integrated the first few terms term-by-term and found f(x). f(0) was clearly zero. Then I simply did the same thing with the derivative.
 

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