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## Solution for problem 62E Chapter 9.3

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Problem 62E

Problem 62E

Alternative approach Compute the coefficients for the Taylor series for the following functions about the given point a and then use the first four terms of the series to approximate the given number. with a = 4; approximate .

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Solution 62E

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In this problem we need to find the coefficients for the Taylor series for the function and then we have to approximate The -order Taylor polynomial for y = f(x) at is: It can also be written in sigma notation as follows, where the constants is the Taylor coefficient of about .

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