## Calculus&LiveMath III

by Davis/Porta/Uhl

Converted to LiveMath by Robert Curtis

# 3.03 - Use Expansions - 3.03-Give It a Try

- O3: 3.03 - Use Expansions:
- O3.3: 3.03-Give It a Try:
- O3.3.a: 3.03.G1: Approximation of functions by means of their expansions in powers of (x - b)
- O3.3.b: 3.03.G2: Calculating some limits
- O3.3.c: 3.03.G3: Centering the expansion
- O3.3.d: 3.03.G4: Root Finding and Newton's method
- O3.3.e: 3.03.G5: Using expansions to get precise estimates of integrals
- O3.3.f: 3.03.G6: Expansions and the controversy between spherical mirrors and parabolic mirrors
- O3.3.g: 3.03.G7: Getting the expansion of tan(x) by division
- O3.3.h: 3.03.G8: Generating identities for sin(m x)
- O3.3.i: 3.03.G9: Behavior close to 0
- O3.3.j: 3.03.G10: Behavior away from 0
- O3.3.k: 3.03.G11: Error at the endpoints

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