I'm suppose to use the Taylor series at x = 0 for for the following function: I have no idea how I 'apply' the first to the second. What does that mean? What does have to do with the second function and how do I 'apply' it?
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Why don't write in the expression instead of [for example...] ?... Kind regards
I don't understand, what do I replace with what, and where, and why? (I'm still confused).
you know that which is the Taylor series at (well known as McLaurin series), then put thus so multiply both sides by and you're done.
For is... (1) If we replace in (1) with we obtain... (2) ... and now we multiply both terms of (2) by we obtain... (3) Kind regards
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