Find a power series representation of the integral of sinx/x from 0 to 1/4. I have seen this done with polynomials, the trig function part is wigging me out though. Any help is thoroughly appreciated!
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Originally Posted by bobsanchez Find a power series representation of the integral of sinx/x from 0 to 1/4. I have seen this done with polynomials, the trig function part is wigging me out though. Any help is thoroughly appreciated! Start by writing the Power Series representation of sin(x), divide each term by x, then integrate term by term.
Originally Posted by Prove It Start by writing the Power Series representation of sin(x), divide each term by x, then integrate term by term. Thank you!
Also, how many terms are needed to approximate A with an error less than .0001?
Never mind, figured it out.
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