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    Taylor polynomials

    hey guys. could anyone help me out please?

    i have this one question but not sure how to do it? any ideas please?


    Find the Taylor polynomials the 2nd Taylor polynomian T^(2) f, 0 (X) around 0 for the following functions

    i) f(x)=1/1+x

    ii) f(x)=sqrt(1+x)




    this might sound silly to some people, but please help. i was ill during the lecture so if somebody could help me work this out i could do my homework

    thank you


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    The general procedure for this type of functions is explained here...

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