Find the first few terms of the Maclaurin series for the following function: secx=1/(cosx) I know the series for cosx: 1-(x^2/2!)+(x^4/4!)-(x^6/6!)...+... would i just take that series and 1 by that?

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f(0)=1 f'(0)=0 f""(0)= x^2/2!

well i know thats the long way..but im tying to figure out the other way to do it

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