I need to write a quadratic taylor series for the expression e^(-x^2). I have no clue. It was assumed that we could figure this one out for ourselves and I can't. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
I need to write a quadratic taylor series for the expression e^(-x^2). I have no clue. It was assumed that we could figure this one out for ourselves and I can't. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
Centered around what?
I will assume it is a zero.
Since
then
There is the quadratic
if you forget
remember that the taylor series for centered around c is