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Find the first four nonzero terms and the general term for the Taylor Series centered at c = 1 for the integral of ln(x).

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Steve
since ln(x) = SUM[k>=1] (1)^k * (x1)^k/k
the integral is SUM[k>=1] (1)^k * (x1)^(k1)
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