Let f(x)=sigma (n=0 to infinity) (-1)^n.x^n

Find the sum of the series and the interval of convergence (done in 9a) Use the above answers to determine the Maclaurin series for Ln(x+1) and the interval of convergence

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Let f(x)=sigma (n=0 to infinity) (-1)^n.x^n

Find the sum of the series and the interval of convergence (done in 9a) Use the above answers to determine the Maclaurin series for Ln(x+1) and the interval of convergence

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