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# Solved: In Exercises 65–68, find the first four nonzero

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In Exercises 65–68, find the first four nonzero terms of the Taylor series generated by ƒ at x=a.

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Fourier Series The function, ex, is called the fundamental periodic function as it is a combination of sin mx and cos mx. A periodic function, f(x), over [−π,π] can be expanded by a linear combination of the fundamental periodic functions as ∞ ∑ imx f(x) = cme . (1) m=−∞ −inx Multiplying e on the both sides of eq.(1) and integrating the result from −π to π yields ∫ ∞ ∫ ▯ −inx ∑ ▯ i(m−n)x f(x)e dx = cm e dx (2) −▯ m=−∞ −▯

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