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    Taylor Polynomial

    I would be grateful if anyone could show me how to do the following problem:

    For the following function, use sigma notation to express the Taylor polynomial of degree n based at the point indicated:

    g(x) = e^(3x), at x = 0
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    Quote Originally Posted by clockingly View Post
    I would be grateful if anyone could show me how to do the following problem:

    For the following function, use sigma notation to express the Taylor polynomial of degree n based at the point indicated:

    g(x) = e^(3x), at x = 0
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