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11.10 Taylor & Maclaurin Series Question #5 (Medium)

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11.10 Infinite Sequences & Series Taylor & Maclaurin Series Question #5 (Medium): Using Series to Approximate Definite Integral Strategy Same as evaluating the indefinite integral, definite integral follows the same procedure: first converting the function inside the integral into an infinite series expression. Then put inside the definite integral, then work out the anti-derivative form of the series. Then given the error bound, test a couple of terms that fall within the error range, then add the terms up to but excluding that tested term as an approximation to the definite integral. Sample Question Use series to approximate the definite integral to within the indicated acc
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