1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data what is the 3rd degree taylor series of sin(1/10), and calculate the error of your answer. the wording of this question may be a little off, i just took a test and this was what i remembered about the question. 3. The attempt at a solution i didnt think that this was possible because sin(1/10) is a constant, so the derivative is 0, therefor when you write out the taylor series expansion f(a)+f'(a)(x-a)/n!... is simply sin(1/10) and the error ofcourse would be 0, but im guessing im wrong because of my uncertainty.