Question: Find the Taylor Polynomial for about . Here's what I did: The answer the book has is: I'm not seeing how it simplifies to this?
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You are not distinguishing between and the variable x. The Taylor's series about is or, with ,
Originally Posted by deezy Question: Find the Taylor Polynomial for about . Here's what I did: The answer the book has is: I'm not seeing how it simplifies to this? Since you only want a Taylor Polynomial up to order 2, the easiest thing to do is to write the first few terms of the MacLaurin series for and and multiply them together.
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