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## Homework Statement

For example

cosh(x) = 1+x

^{2}/2!+x

^{4}/4!+x

^{6}/6!+...

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

So plugging in x=0 you get that coshx = 1 at the origin. The approximate graph for the coshx function up to the second order looks like a 1+x

^{2}/2! graph, but what about graphing coshx to the term afterwards? and so on.