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Taylor series

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this is a question..about Taylor series...

1) Find the Taylor series approximation of order 2 (n=2) for the funtion f(x,y)=sin(xy) about (x。,y。)=(π/4,π/4) using this approximation , compute the function value at x=0.77 and y=0.80

could you handle it ..?
Jun 7 '07 #1
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this is a question..about Taylor series...

1) Find the Taylor series approximation of order 2 (n=2) for the funtion f(x,y)=sin(xy) about (x。,y。)=(π/4,π/4) using this approximation , compute the function value at x=0.77 and y=0.80

could you handle it ..?
What have you done so far?

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P.S Changed thread title.
Jun 7 '07 #3

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