Hey gregsapa.
Hint: Can you show us your work for the taylor series expansion around the point a = pi/4 for sin(x)?
The area A of a triangle is given by the formula A =1/2 bc sin x . The two lengths b an c and the angle x can each be measured to an accuracy of 1%. Calculate to two decimal places the percentage error in A if x is designed to take the value pi/4
The solution definitely involves some form of calculus/differentiation. I tried using the taylor series but got confused.
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks in advance!