Find the taylor series centered at c. f(x)= 1/(1-x) c=5
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Originally Posted by Link88 Find the taylor series centered at c. f(x)= 1/(1-x) c=5 Dear Link88, First write the Taylor series for . Therefore, Since c=5, Hope this helps you.
Last edited by Sudharaka; July 3rd 2010 at 12:59 AM. Reason: Mistake shown by Faliure
Originally Posted by Link88 Find the taylor series centered at c. f(x)= 1/(1-x) c=5 An alternative method is to use a geometric series expansion like this:
Originally Posted by Sudharaka Dear Link88, First write the Taylor series for . The signs of the terms must alternate in the taylor series, which might seem a little surprising since for , but such is life...
Last edited by Failure; July 3rd 2010 at 06:34 AM.
Originally Posted by Failure Almost, but not quite: The signs of the terms must alternate in the taylor series, which might seem a little surprising since for , but such is life... Dear Failure, Thanks. Corrected the earlier post.
Last edited by Sudharaka; July 3rd 2010 at 12:57 AM.
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