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Taylor series

  1. Aug 4, 2011 #1

    vrc

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    hello,

    I'm examinating the theorem of power series, specially taylor series
    I know a function f(x) can be written as a series of polynomials.
    but using the taylor series it says that the convergence of that function is about a point a

    by using the Maclaurinseries a = 0 , so examinating e^x by Maclauring is is the approximation at the origin of the graph

    Am I wrong with this...
    little bit confused

    grtz
     
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  4. Aug 4, 2011 #3

    vrc

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    ok, thank you !

    grtz
     
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