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Find the second-order Taylor polynomial for f (x, y) =

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Problem 5

Find the second-order Taylor polynomial for f (x, y) = y2ex2 at (1, 1).

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Textbook: Vector Calculus
Edition: 6
Author: Jerrold E. Marsden; Anthony Tromba
ISBN: 9781429215084

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