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Unformatted text preview: 1 Taylor Series 2 v(t) t 3 f(x) 4 f(x) x1 A) a0 is +, a1 is + B) a0 is +, a1 is – D) a0 is , a1 is + D) a0 is , a1 is – E) Other! (Something is 0, or it’s unclear) If we expand f(x) around point x1 in a Taylor series, f(x) =a0+a1 (xx1)+a2 (xx1)2+... What is your best guess for the signs of a0 and a1? 5 f(x) x1 If we expand f(x) around point x1 in a Taylor series, f(x) =a0+a1 (xx1)+a2 (xx1)2+... What is your best guess for the signs of a0 and a1? A) a0 is +, a1 is + B) a0 is +, a1 is – D) a0 is , a1 is + D) a0 is , a1 is – E) Other! (Something is 0, or it’s unclear) 6 f(x) x1 If we expand f(x) around point x1 in a Taylor series, f(x) =a0+a1 (xx1)+a2 (xx1)2+... What is your best guess for the signs of a0 and a1? A) a0 is +, a1 is + B) a0 is +, a1 is – D) a0 is , a1 is + D) a0 is , a1 is – E) Other! (Something is 0, or it’s unclear) 7 f(x) A) +(?) B) (?) C) 0 (?) D) ????? How could we possibly tell this without a formula?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course PHYSICS 2210 taught by Professor Stevepollock during the Spring '11 term at Colorado.
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