I have a short doubt: Let f(x) be a fuction that can't be integrated in an analytical way . Is anything wrong if I expand it in a Taylor' series around a point and use this expansion to get the value of the definite integral of the function around that point? Suppose that the interval between the integral limits it's short so that the expansion is a good approximation to the function in that interval.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# I Taylor expansions and integration.

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