shouldn't it be f(h) = f(0) + f'(0)h + f"(c)h^2/2, for some c in (0,h)?
Consider the forward difference approx. to f'
f'(0)= f(h)-f(0) / h
Let the error be E = f'(0)- (f(h)-f(0) / h)
Derive a formula for E by Taylor expanding f about x0=0 and using the Remainder thm.
So far I have f(x)=f(x0) + f'(x0)h+f''(x0)h^2 /2 + f'''(c)h^3 /6
So the error will be f'''(c)h^3 /6 for some c in the interval
What do I do now?