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I need to use Taylor's thm to get an approximation to sqrt(5) with an error of no more than 2^(-9) and am totally lost.

2. Relevant equations

Taylor's theorem: Rn(x) = f(n)(y)/n! *x^n -- where f(n) is the nth derivative of f and Rn is R sub n.

3. The attempt at a solution

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# Homework Help: Taylor's Theorem Approximation

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