It is rather difficult to understand what function you are referring to. Perhaps you mean:
At any rate:
Regards.
Fernando Revilla
It is rather difficult to understand what function you are referring to. Perhaps you mean:
At any rate:
Regards.
Fernando Revilla
Another way to do it:
A polynomial already is a Taylor's polynomial. To get it around (2, 3) (which is NOT a vector), let and , so that and . Then .
To get the second degree polynomial, just drop all terms where the exponents sum to 3 or larger, then replace u and v with and again.