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# Solved: Taylor polynomialsa. Find the nth-order Taylor

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## Solution for problem 14E Chapter 9.1

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Problem 14E

Taylor polynomials

a. Find the nth-order Taylor polynomials of the given function centered at 0 for n = 0, 1, and 2.

b. Graph the Taylor polynomials and the function.

f(x) = e−1

Step-by-Step Solution:

Solution 14E

Step 1 :

Given

(a).We are asked to find the order polynomial  with  and  for

The taylor polynomial is generally given by

In this question it is

Step 2:

Taylor polynomial for n=0

Therefore

Step 3:

Taylor polynomial for n=1

Therefore

Step 4 of 6

Step 5 of 6

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