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**Brother_Sharp** This is supposed to make you use series like x[n] in order to divide a result into multiple parts and use functions to calculate the results and such.

According to it,

I need to find the specific part of the Maclaurin's Expansion and calculate it.

So the X in e=1+x+(1/2!)*x and so on is always 1

Giving us e=1+1+1/2!+1/3!+1/n! to calculate

The program should calculate it in order of the N

so If N is 1 it will calculate only the corresponding factorial division part;

meaning that one part of the variable will hold the result of the calculation which will be x=1.00000000~ and the other will hold the actual sum up until now which is e=2.000000~

For N=2

x=1/2!, e=previous e+x

for N=3

x=1/3!, e=previous e+x

each time the result is calculated, it needs to hold all the numbers after the dot into separate variables like x[1] x[2] x[3] until all the 30~35 digits are filled with them.

so when printing out, in the case of N=2

x[0].x[1]x[2]x[3]~

should come out as

0.50000000000000000000

where x[0] should hold the value above the dot and x[1~3] would be holding the rest in 5 digits each.

Well yeah Sorry if my explanation sucks but This is what its asking.

And I cant use bigint as it defeats the purpouse