I'm required to show that: for all I'm not sure how to show that the equation is true at the boundries [0,1]. Does anyone know how exactly we can show that is monotonic in x? Any help is very much appreciated.
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I think you should just be able to use the formula for the error bound of a Taylor polynomial.
Originally Posted by redsoxfan325 I think you should just be able to use the formula for the error bound of a Taylor polynomial. Could you please explain? I don't know how to do it because we haven't studied the error bound yet.
Originally Posted by Roam I'm required to show that: for all I'm not sure how to show that the equation is true at the boundries [0,1]. Does anyone know how exactly we can show that is monotonic in x? Any help is very much appreciated. For so: but fo : hence: and the right hand side has it's maximum in when so: CB
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