sorry i'm newbie in here....i have a problem in C++..and this is the first time i did the programming codes, so that is so confusing for me...anyone can help me to solved this problem?

The value e^x can be approximated by the sum

1 + x + x2/2! + x3/3! + … + x^n/n!

Write a program that takes a value x as input and outputs this sum for n taken

to be each of the values 1 to 100. The program should also output ex

calculated using the predefined function exp. The function exp is a predefined

function such that exp(x) returns an approximation to the value ex. The

function exp is in the library with the header file cmath. Your program should

repeat the calculation for new values of x until the user says she or he is

through.

Use variable of type double to store the factorials or you are likely to produce

integer overflow (or arrange your calculation to avoid any direct calculation of

factorials). 100 lines of output might not fit comfortably on your screen. Output

the 100 output values in a format that will fit all 100 values on the screen. For

example, you might output 10 lines with 10 values on each line.

thx.