1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data http://imgur.com/12LbqWL Part b 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution Since it says the first four terms, not nonzero, the first four terms would be 0-(1/3-0)+2/9(x-2)-1/9(x-2)^2 I'm confused when it says I need to find these for x=2... Do I just plug in x=2 now and those four terms are them? Those won't be terms they'll be numbers. I'm assuming that the series is already centered at x=2 as that's why is says (x-2)^n so if that's the case, finding f'(2) would be to use the equation for geometric series so A/(1-R) but the first term is 0. Did they mean to say the first four nonzero terms? If someone can confirm this that'd be great.