Don't worry. Found the answer.
Taylor Series -- from Wolfram MathWorld
"The Taylor (or more general) series of a function f(x) about a point a up to order n may be found using Series[f, {x, a, n}] ......."
I know taylor series says that:
Let be a function with derivatives of all orders throughout some interval containing
as an interior point. Then the Taylor series generated by at is:
So what do we mean when we say at for the above definition? And what is meant when we use the above definition for ?
Is it possible to kindly clarify these two (I'm not sure about the difference between two)?
Don't worry. Found the answer.
Taylor Series -- from Wolfram MathWorld
"The Taylor (or more general) series of a function f(x) about a point a up to order n may be found using Series[f, {x, a, n}] ......."