Find the first four nonzero terms of the MacLaurin series for (e^x -x -1)/x^2

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Find the first four nonzero terms of the MacLaurin series for (e^x -x -1)/x^2

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The answer given is: 1/2! +x/3! +x^2/4! + x^3/5!+...
If you look at the series the third term of the series is where that answer starts.
So what's the question if you have the terms?

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its more on how do you get to the terms rather than the answer itself. I guess the question is what are the steps
I'm assuming you have the MacLaurin series in front of you right?
I just have the question itself. The terms I gave are from a separate sheet used for reference.
That's what it looks like.
yeah i have that and the equation for e^x, sin x, and cos x
All you have to do is take the derivative a few times and begin to plug it into the equation
alright, thanks!
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