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9.4.45

9.4.45
Use an appropriate Taylor series to find the first four nonzero terms of an infinite series that is equal to e
Write the first four nonzero terms for the series in order.
0-0-Smplity your answers.)
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Transcribed Image Text:9.4.45 Use an appropriate Taylor series to find the first four nonzero terms of an infinite series that is equal to e Write the first four nonzero terms for the series in order. 0-0-Smplity your answers.)
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