Write a power series representation of xln(1+x(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ^{2})

My first instinct was to attempt to take the second derivative and then find the summation and then integrate but that approach seemed to be a dead end. Basically, the x thrown in there confuses me and you can't split the function into two separate summations since one would not converge. Any hints..?

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# Homework Help: Power Series Representation of xln(1+x^2)

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