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    Finding function's representation using Taylor Series

    I tried to find the function's representation using Taylor series. Could anyone kindly check the following proof?

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    Re: Finding function's representation using Taylor Series

    Hey x3bnm.

    Hint - Try considering what happens when you keep integrating what you differentiated and make sure that each term [except the first one] cancels out when plug in the value of x = a [which will give all zeros except for the constant].

    If you show that integrating what you differentiate gives the original thing back, you should be able to fill in the rest.
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