The upper bound for the error of approximation, using the Taylor’s theorem and the exact value of error for the function, cos ( 0.3 ) = 1 − ( 0.3 ) 2 ! 2 + ( 0.3 ) 4 4 ! .

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Calculus of a Single Variable

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11th Edition
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Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337275361

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Chapter 9.7, Problem 45E
To determine

To calculate: The upper bound for the error of approximation, using the Taylor’s theorem and the exact value of error for the function, cos(0.3)=1(0.3)2!2+(0.3)44!.

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