Hello, I have a problem that says: Compute the 6th derivative of: at x=0. So I know that But I'm not sure how to go about and solve it. Thanks, Matt
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Originally Posted by matt3D Hello, I have a problem that says: Compute the 6th derivative of: at x=0. So I know that But I'm not sure how to go about and solve it. Thanks, Matt Use the fact that the general form of a Maclaurin series is and compare coefficients to find an equation for the n-th derivative
Hmm, I'm still having some trouble with this problem, could you show me what to do exactly? I know that the maclaurin series is x-x^3/3+x^5/5-... So would I compare -(((x^2/4)^3)/2) to ?
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