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this is alternating series ... the maximum error of nth order is given by |n+1 term|

So\[\frac{x^5}{5}-\frac{x^6}{6}+\frac{x^7}{7}..... \le |\frac{x^5}{5}| \]?

of course ... each preceding terms is greater than the succeeding term.

Minimum error?

lol ... we don't calculate min error. we always bing error with max possible error.

So is there no way of getting the maximum of the minimum?

in this case ,, perhaps you maximum min error is given by magnitude of 7th term.

I doubt that it's given by the 7th term.

I was referring to minimum calculations

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Yes, I understood that.

Thanks for the help- I'll read the POMN link

sure!!