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  • 5 years ago

Using the first three terms of the Maclaurin's series, what is the value of e^cos(π/2)?

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  1. anonymous
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    no, I dont write poems but I know how to write them

  2. anonymous
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    The first three terms are as follows:\[f(x) = f(0) + f'(0)x + f''(0)x/2!\] in your case , f(x) = e^cos(pi/2) give it a try :)

  3. anonymous
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    is it me or are you a bit tensed these days andrius?

  4. anonymous
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    hope it's getting clear for you alma ^_^ give it a one more chance

  5. anonymous
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    ▓▒░╔ᴧᴨᴅᴙiᴜs╖░▒▓ it is my new signature you know, I am bussy making it better

  6. anonymous
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    I know you're busy, but you've never been busy + tensed at the same time, and yes I have seen it, you've shown it to me and I like it, verfy mysterious.

  7. anonymous
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    + getting even more serious than ever.

  8. anonymous
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    :) well, I guess I am growing up

  9. anonymous
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    no andrius, it's not about growing up. Life's too precious to be taken seriously. You're serious at both the fun and serious moments which is not right. So many who are so young , yet so wise and so old than those who are the opposite.

  10. anonymous
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    There's a difference of growing up and changing .

  11. anonymous
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    between*

  12. anonymous
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    my apologies alma, the third term is : \[(f''(0)/2)x^2\] instead of what I've written there.

  13. anonymous
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    and here he goes running away again. Expected.

  14. anonymous
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    nah, I am here ma buddy

  15. anonymous
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    no you're not here, the andrius I know is vanishing already.

  16. anonymous
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    relax, I am ok, the same I was yesterday, maybe more happy.... I am learning every day, I am smiling right now actually =D ^_^

  17. anonymous
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    I am relaxed, always been and always have. Smiles sometimes tend to act as masks you know. From the tone of your words, you are not .

  18. anonymous
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    ok, now I am relaxed and happy inside, calm inside, couldn't be better..

  19. anonymous
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    why now?

  20. anonymous
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    now as in this time, like today

  21. anonymous
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    i sometimes express myself in a wrong way

  22. anonymous
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    what was wrong with the others day then?

  23. anonymous
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    I was confused

  24. anonymous
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    you don't have to be. Damn, read your email.

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