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Let /(x) = (1 x)_1 and Xo = 0. Find the nth Taylor polynomial P(x) for /(x) about xq

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Let /(x) = (1 x)_1 and Xo = 0. Find the nth Taylor polynomial P(x) for /(x) about xq. Find a value ofn necessary for Pn(x) to approximate /(x) to within ID-6 on [0,0.5J

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