# Written assignment 5 | Mathematics homework help

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Written Assignment 5

Answer all assigned employments, and parade all product. Each employment is desert 5 points.

*Submitting a graph is not required; nevertheless, you are encouraged to fashion one for your own avail and to embody (or represent) one if feasible.

Section 8.6

4.   Determine the radius and interspace of crowd.

10. Determine the radius and interspace of crowd.

12. Determine the radius and interspace of crowd.

16. Determine the radius and interspace of crowd.

24. Determine the interspace of crowd and the capacity to which the ardent capacity sequence converges.

26. Find a capacity sequence fidelity of f(x) environing c = 0 (belong to sample 6.6). Also, individualize the radius and interspace of crowd, and graph f(x) concurrently delay the unfair sums  and .

28. Find a capacity sequence fidelity of f(x) environing c = 0 (belong to sample 6.6). Also, individualize the radius and interspace of crowd, and graph f(x) concurrently delay the unfair sums  and .

Section 8.7

4.   Find the Maclaurin sequence (i.e., Taylor sequence environing c = 0) and its interspace of crowd.

6.   Find the Maclaurin sequence (i.e., Taylor sequence environing c = 0) and its interspace of crowd.

10. Find the Taylor sequence environing the involved courage, and individualize the interspace of crowd.

14. Find the Taylor sequence environing the involved courage, and individualize the interspace of crowd.

22. Prove that the Taylor sequence converges to f(x) by paradeing that .

24. Prove that the Taylor sequence converges to f(x) by paradeing that .

30. Use a public Taylor sequence to furnish the Taylor sequence environing c = 0 for the ardent capacity, and furnish its radius of crowd.

Section 8.8

4.   Use an misspend Taylor sequence to abut the ardent rate, servile to delayin .

8.   Use a public Taylor sequence to notion the rate of the time.

12. Use a public Taylor sequence to notion the rate of the time.

16. Use a public Taylor polynomial delay n nonzero provisions to appraise the rate of the all.

18. Use a public Taylor polynomial delay n nonzero provisions to appraise the rate of the all.

24. Use the Binomial Theorem to furnish the highest five provisions of the Maclaurin sequence.