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Problem 6E

For what values of p does the Taylor series for $$f(x)=(1+x)^{p}$$ centered at 0 terminate?

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Solution 6E

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In this problem we have to find for what values of p does the Taylor series for centered at 0 terminate.

Taylor series centered at 0 is given by, We have When p=0, The corresponding Taylor series is 1 (which terminates)

When p=1, The corresponding Taylor series is (which terminates)

When p=2, The corresponding Taylor series is (which terminates)

When p= -1, The corresponding Taylor series is Therefore by above observations we conclude that for positive values of p  the Taylor series for centered at 0 terminate. That is when .

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