Calculate the taylor Polynomial p2 (x;0) of e^tan(x) I understand how to calculate taylor polynomials but how does the p2 (x;0) change what I'm supposed to do? What does it mean? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by jzellt Calculate the taylor Polynomial p2 (x;0) of e^tan(x) I understand how to calculate taylor polynomials but how does the p2 (x;0) change what I'm supposed to do? What does it mean? Thanks. It probably means expand around x = 0 (so you're actually getting a Maclaurin series) up to degree 2.
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