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Problem 28E

Taylor polynomials centered at a ≠ 0

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

b. Graph the Taylor polynomials and the Junction.

f(x)= cos x, a = π/6

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Solution 28E

Step 1:

In this problem we have to find the nth-order Taylor polynomials for cos x centered at the point for n = 0, 1, and 2

Taylor series is given by Let us first find order Taylor polynomial.

In our case, That is So, what we need to do to get desired polynomial is to calculate derivatives, evaluate them at the given point and plug results into given formula. Then Now use calculated values in to get the polynomial.  Thus Taylor polynomial of upto with center is Step 2:

Now let us first find order Taylor polynomial.

In our case, That is So, what we need to do to get desired polynomial is to calculate derivatives, evaluate them at the given point and plug results into given formula. Then  Then Now use calculated values in to get the polynomial.  Thus Taylor polynomial of upto with center is Step 2:

Now let us first find order Taylor polynomial.

In our case, That is So, what we need to do to get desired polynomial is to calculate derivatives, evaluate them at the given point and plug results into given formula. Then  Then  Then Now use calculated values in to get the polynomial.  Thus Taylor polynomial of upto with center is Step 3:

b. Graph the Taylor polynomials and the function. The taylor polynomial of upto with center is and its graph is given below Step 4 of 6

Step 5 of 6

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