Just find the Taylor series for centered at .
Find the Taylor Expansion:
as a polynomial in so
I'm not exactly sure what the question is asking me to do with the , throwing me for a loop. I know how to find the expansion if we're only looking at . The is confusing the hell out of me.
Any help is greatly appreciated!!
Well, yeah I know how to do that. I have spent the last hour reading the 2 chapters on Taylor expansions. However, nowhere in the book does it give a question worded the way I originally posted in the topic. This was a problem created by my professor at the end of the last class. The wording (x-1) confused me.