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Derive the Taylor series for cos *x* centered at *a*=0.

Step 1

The Taylor series for the function *f*(*x*) centered at *a* is given by,

Step 2

Let *f*(*x*) = cos *x*. Then compute the derivatives as follows.

Step 3

Substitute *x* = 0 in the derivatives and ...

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