let f be a function that has derivatives of all orders for all real numbers. assume f(1)=3, f'(1)=-1, f''(1)=4, and f'''(1)=-2.

write the fourth degree taylor polynomial for g(x)= the integral from 1 to x of f(t)dt.

write the fourth degree taylor polynomial for g(x)= the integral from 1 to x of f(t)dt.

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