# Solution: Approximations with Taylor polynomialsa. Use the

## Problem 21E Chapter 9.1

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Problem 21E

Approximations with Taylor polynomials

a. Use the given Taylor polynomial p2 to approximate the given quantity.

b. Compute the absolute error in the approximation assuming the exact value is given by a calculator.

Approximate  using  and .

Step-by-Step Solution:

Solution 21E

Step 1:

Given To approximate  , we use Squaring both sides, we get

Step 2:

Using in , we get         Hence the approximate value of using taylor polynomial is .

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