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# Answer: Approximating definite integrals Use a Taylor

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Problem 32E

Approximating definite integrals Use a Taylor series to approximate the following definite integrals. Retain as many terms as needed to ensure the error is less than 10?4

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Solution 32EStep 1:We know that the taylor series of is : .Using this series, we get The actual value of the integral is .Error = Hence the value of the integral using taylor series is .

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