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f(x) = sin(x)

Use the Lagrange formula to find the smallest value of n so that the nth degree Taylor polynomial for f centered at x = 0 approximates f at x = 1 with an error of no more that 0.001.

whatever help anyone can provide would be great

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# Calculate error using Lagrange formula

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