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Q: Suppose a function f(.) deﬁned on the set I = {x ∈ R∣x < 1} is as follows.

For each real number x∈ I , f(x) = 1/(1-x)

By using the Taylor expansion of this function, show that for any real number x such that

∣x∣ < 1,

f(x)= 1 + ∞

∑ x (to power j)

j =1

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