Calculus

Represent f(x)= (e^x -1)/x as a power series.

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    ex
    =1+x+x²/2!+x³/3!+x4/4!+...

    So (e-1)/x
    =1+x/2!+x²/3!+x³/4!+...+xi/(i+1)! +...

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