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series expansion at [tex]c=2[/tex] of [tex]ln(x^2+x-6)[/tex]

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

After substituting [tex]y= x -2[/tex] we get ln(y^2+5y) = ln(y) + ln(y+5) but im not kinda sure how to use the taylor series of ln(1+x)...

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# Taylor series (very easy but have a problem)

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