Let . Find the MacLaurin polynomial of degree 5 for . i know that this can be solved by using this as a base then I would just plug in (-2t^4) in place of x and expand it to 5th degree. then I think I messed up here. Please need help.
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Originally Posted by fastcarslaugh Let . Find the MacLaurin polynomial of degree 5 for . i know that this can be solved by using this as a base then I would just plug in (-2t^4) in place of x and expand it to 5th degree. then I think I messed up here. Please need help. Not quite, you need to observe that: Then use the series expansion of to expand this , then integrate term by term to get the desired series. CB
I seem to be integrating this incorrectly..
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