1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hi everyone, determine a Taylor Series about x=-1 for the integral of: [sin(x+1)]/(x^2+2x+1).dx 2. Relevant equations As far as I know the only relevant equation is the Taylor Series expansion formula. I've just started to tackle Taylor Series questions and I've been able to do things like find Taylor series but the integration part seems to get me lost. 3. The attempt at a solution Basically I've found a Taylor series for sin(x+1), being (x+1)+[1/6(x+1)^3]+[1/120(x+1)^5]+[1/5070(x+1)^7] and for (x^2)+2x+1, being (x-1)^2. Note: I presumed because it's about x=-1 this means a=-1. Did I do this right? Is this even relevant? Basically I don't quite know where to go from here. Any type of advice of help would be great. Thank you.