Hey I have a test tommorow and am brushing up on some stuff...
Can someone please explain (not using too many complicated symbols =P)how to get the remainder for a Tailor series, ie using e(x)=1+x+(x^2)/2... as an example.
Thanks.
Hey I have a test tommorow and am brushing up on some stuff...
Can someone please explain (not using too many complicated symbols =P)how to get the remainder for a Tailor series, ie using e(x)=1+x+(x^2)/2... as an example.
Thanks.
I think you mean , not e(x).
So I don't know exactly what you need but I'll try. Obviously a finite number of terms in a functions Taylor expansion is only an estimate and has an error, which is written in terms of of (n+1), with n terms in the expansion.
Generally, , where c is the center and t is some value between x and a.