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Mathematics, 22.06.2019 03:00, keirarae2005

Consider the function f(x)-in(1+ x). (a) find the second-degree taylor polynomial for f centred at 0, t20x) (b) use t2o to approximate in(2). (c) use taylor's theorem to write down what f(x) - t20(x) is equal to (in terms of x and c for 0 (d) find an upper bound on the error in your approximation in part (b) (e) is the estimate in part (b) an over or under estimatel? (f) give an interval that in(2) must lie in, be as specific as possible.

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