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    Find the Taylor polynomials

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    Find the Taylor polynomials of this function.

    (cos2(x^{1/2})-e^{-2x})/(log(2-cosx) - senx)

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    What on Earth is \displaystyle sen{x}?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prove It View Post
    What on Earth is \displaystyle sen{x}?
    Sorry. I meant sinx.
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    In French, and some other language, "sine" is "sen". More importantly, is " cos2(x^{1/2})" " cos^2(x^{1/2})" or " cos(2x^{1/2})"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HallsofIvy View Post
    In French, and some other language, "sine" is "sen". More importantly, is " cos2(x^{1/2})" " cos^2(x^{1/2})" or " cos(2x^{1/2})"?
    cos(2x^{1/2})
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