someone please explain how to find the smallest integer n, that ensures that the partial sum s_n approximates the sum s of the series with error less than 0.001 in absolute value.
someone please explain how to find the smallest integer n, that ensures that the partial sum s_n approximates the sum s of the series with error less than 0.001 in absolute value.
summation from 0 to infinity {(-1)^n/(sn)!}
You are asking about the error in the partial sums of:
The problem is that it is not clear what the is supposed to be.