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anonymous
 one year ago
On practice questions for exam 2, question 7, estimate f(.1) to two decimal places I'm looking at the solutions. I feel like there is a mistake in the arithmetic... After all the linear approximation when the two polynomials are being multiplied and the orders of x greater than 2 are being dropped it says = 1 + 2x^2.... but I see 1 +0x + 0x^2....
I see the problem now. The right polynomial needs a bracket in (2x)^2 that was missed
anonymous
 one year ago
On practice questions for exam 2, question 7, estimate f(.1) to two decimal places I'm looking at the solutions. I feel like there is a mistake in the arithmetic... After all the linear approximation when the two polynomials are being multiplied and the orders of x greater than 2 are being dropped it says = 1 + 2x^2.... but I see 1 +0x + 0x^2.... I see the problem now. The right polynomial needs a bracket in (2x)^2 that was missed

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