Time Delay of Neutrinos

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I was able to express the time delay as D(1-[tex]\frac{1}{1-\delta}[/tex]). However, I don't have a lot of experience using Taylor series and did not use one to obtain said answer for the time delay. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
 
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They want you to expand the expression,

1 / (1-δ)

as a Taylor series. So you'll need the derivative of that expression with respect to δ.
 

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