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Lecture 28

MATH 2B Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Taylor Series, Ratio TestPremium


Department
Mathematics
Course Code
MATH 2B
Professor
ERJAEE, G.
Lecture
28

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03/11/2019
MATH 2B - Lecture 28 - Taylor Series & Maclaurin Series
We have learned for certain type of functions, we can use a geometric type
power series as representations.
Now we will consider a more general case, to represent a continuous F(x) by
using a general power series
Certain type “Geometric” Power Series Convergence

 
  
General Function Power Series Convergence
F(x)
    
  
Suppose we can represent some functions F(x) as power series
F(x) =
      
Now the question is how can we determine the coefficient for each term 
First, let’s write the first 5 terms of the series
      
If we plug in a for x, we notice that all the terms except the first term become zero
     
Now, we take the derivative of F(x)
      
Now we plug in a for x again, such that
  
We can further take the second derivative:
        
Plug in a for x, we obtain   
The third derivative gives us
     
Let x = a,
  
So, in summary we have:
  


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