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Find a Taylor or Maclaurin polynomial to apporximate ln(1.75) using 6 terms.

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I now that a MacLaurin polynomial is as follows.. c=0

and a Talyor polynomial is as follows..

so do I assume I'm working with ln(x)? I'm not really sure where to go with a value.. I have worked with questions such as.. estimate the sin(x) with a 5th degree taylor polynomial.. but this is a little bit different, maybe someone can push me in the right direction!

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# Homework Help: Taylor/MacLaurin polynomials

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