The error will be less than the first non-calculated term. So calculate the next term and work out its largest possible value. If my mental arithmetic is correct it will be:
Hello. I have the following problem:
Let
Determine the Taylor Polynomial at x = 0
I have : which should be correct
Now i have to show that the approx. Error in the Intervall [-0.1;0.1] is smaller than How do i do that ? I have a formula for Langrage´s Rest but not sure how to apply it here
Edit: I should mention that we have to evaluate the polynomial to the 3rd term