how do i expand the equation into an infinite series:
-(1/√(1-x^2)) dx
the answer should be -(1-x^2/2+3x^4/8+5x^6/16+...)
if you can show how we get the first three terms i would really appreciate thanks.

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the function after differentiated implicitly dtheta/dx=-1/sqrt 1-x^2
then dtheta=1/sqrt1-x^2

sorry dx should be at the end

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