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manishsatywali

  • 2 years ago

can any one tell me how taylor series expansion can be viewed as a line integral?

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  1. manishsatywali
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    urgent help

  2. manishsatywali
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    @shubhamsrg

  3. shubhamsrg
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    By definition, taylor series is the sum of infinite terms which are calculated by derivatives of the function at any single point. Not too sure if that'll help ?

  4. manishsatywali
    • 2 years ago
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    i know that but .........want to know it's relation with line integral.......anyway thanks fr ur support

  5. manishsatywali
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    @amistre64 help plss..

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    @Hero

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    @Preetha ma'm plss help

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    help.............

  9. manishsatywali
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    may i get help.....@Hero @amistre64 @Preetha ma'm

  10. mathsmind
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    first of all are you talking about vector calculus

  11. mathsmind
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    because if you want me to answer your question i will right a whole newspaper here so be a bit more specific

  12. mathsmind
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    let me tell you what calculus is all about, calculus is about functions and expansions, so you can derive the line integral from Taylor series and limits, because the the limit of the sum of segments is by definition is an integral with slight modification for line integral... when you come back we can discuss this matter

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