Partial Fractions

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Partial Fractions http://www.sosmath.com/calculus/taypol/taypol01.html 1 of 2 1/31/08 8:48 AM Taylor Polynomials Introduction The fundamental idea in differential calculus is that a function can be ``locally'' approximated by its tangent line. For instance consider the function near . Since its derivative at equals , the tangent line at can be written as In the picture below, the sine function is black, while its tangent line is depicted in red. Close to , both are quite close! Try it yourself! Find an equation for the tangent line of the function
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Unformatted text preview: at the point . Click here for the answer, or to continue. Helmut Knaust Sun Jul 7 22:08:09 MDT 1996 Ads by Goo Partial Fractions http://www.sosmath.com/calculus/taypol/taypol01.html 2 of 2 1/31/08 8:48 AM Copyright 1999-2008 MathMedics, LLC. All rights reserved. Contact us Math Medics, LLC. - P.O. Box 12395 - El Paso TX 79913 - USA 590 users online during the last hour Calculus Homework Solver Solves your calculus problems with step-by-step explanations. www.Bagatrix.com Ads by Google...
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