Assume that equals its Maclaurin series for all x.
Use the Maclaurin series for to evaluate the integral
I get .334 for an answer, but evidently I'm doing something wrong, any insight would be outstanding, thanks
Assume that equals its Maclaurin series for all x.
Use the Maclaurin series for to evaluate the integral
I get .334 for an answer, but evidently I'm doing something wrong, any insight would be outstanding, thanks
hmm no luck with that, are there any more decimals after that, for whatever stupid reason the program likes 10 decimals. And then how did you go about solving that sum (like how do you account for both variables?) thanks again for your help, and sorry if these are dumb questions haha
haha no problem, I would agree theres prlly an error, the professor is pretty useless when it comes to helping (its an online course), thanks for all of your help though! and just for kicks and giggles, what was the negative number you got? thanks again