Hi, If i want to use Taylor expansion on a function like: Do i have to substitute the expansion of sin x, in to the expansion of ln x?
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Originally Posted by Jones Hi, If i want to use Taylor expansion on a function like: Do i have to substitute the expansion of sin x, in to the expansion of ln x? Yes, that would be a good idea. Then divide everything by the expansion for .
Originally Posted by Jones Hi, If i want to use Taylor expansion on a function like: Do i have to substitute the expansion of sin x, in to the expansion of ln x? For certain interval restrictions and since (with the proper interval restrictions) we see that
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