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11.9 Function Representation as Power Series Question #5 (Medium)

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Mathematics
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MAT136H1
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11.9 Infinite Sequences & Series Function Representation as Power Series Question #5 (Medium): Definite Integral Approximation Using Power Series Strategy Power series representation of the definite integral can be used to approximate definite integrals that are almost impossible to integrate by hand. First, express the definite integral as a power series as usual, then plug in the end point of the interval from the definite integral then approximate the value, considering the error bound. Sample Question Use a power series to approximate the definite integral to seven decimal places. ∫
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