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

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

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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 :)
is it me or are you a bit tensed these days andrius?

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hope it's getting clear for you alma ^_^ give it a one more chance
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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.
+ getting even more serious than ever.
:) well, I guess I am growing up
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.
There's a difference of growing up and changing .
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my apologies alma, the third term is : \[(f''(0)/2)x^2\] instead of what I've written there.
and here he goes running away again. Expected.
nah, I am here ma buddy
no you're not here, the andrius I know is vanishing already.
relax, I am ok, the same I was yesterday, maybe more happy.... I am learning every day, I am smiling right now actually =D ^_^
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 .
ok, now I am relaxed and happy inside, calm inside, couldn't be better..
why now?
now as in this time, like today
i sometimes express myself in a wrong way
what was wrong with the others day then?
I was confused
you don't have to be. Damn, read your email.

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