Maclaurin'stheoremis a specific form of Taylor's theorem, or a Taylor'spower seriesexpansion, wherec= 0 and is a series expansion of a function aboutzero.

What does c mean here? Is it the constant of integration?

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- August 11th 2008, 01:28 AMlinyen416taylors theorem
Maclaurin's

**theorem**is a specific form of Taylor's theorem, or a Taylor's**power series**expansion, where*c*= 0 and is a series expansion of a function about**zero**.

What does c mean here? Is it the constant of integration? - August 11th 2008, 02:38 AMSimplicity
A Taylor series is a series expansion of a function about a point. A one-dimensional Taylor series is an expansion of a real function http://mathworld.wolfram.com/images/...es/Inline1.gif about a point is given by:

A Maclaurin series is a Taylor series expansion of a function about which is given by: