Unformatted text preview: n (x + 4) n (b) x n (c) (2x + 5) 2n (d) n 2 (x – 3) n (e) 6. Find a power series for the function at the given center, and give its radius of convergence. (a) ln x = dx, a = 3 (b) , a = 0 (c) , a = 1 7. (a) Use the partial sum S 5 from the series in 6(a) to estimate ln 2. How good is the estimate? (b) Use the series in 6(a) to calculate ln x dx as a series. 8. Use Newton's Method to solve 1 – x 3 = sin x accurate to three decimal places....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course MATH 211 taught by Professor Stidle during the Fall '08 term at Wells.
 Fall '08
 STIDLE
 Math, Calculus, Geometric Series, Integers

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