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# Computing with power series Consider the following ISBN: 9780321570567 2

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Problem 67AE

Computing with power series Consider the following function and its power series: a. Let Sn (x) be the first n terms of the series. With n = 5 and n = 10, graph f(x) and Sn(x) at the sample points a = ?0.9, ?0.8,…?0.1.0. 0.1,…0.8. 0.9 (two graphs). Where is the difference in the graphs the greatest?________________b. What value of n is needed to guarantee that |f(x) ? Sn (x)|< 0.01 at all of the sample points?

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Computing with power series Consider the following