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Find the series at x=0 of the function f(x)=e^(-5x) Find the

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Find the Taylor series at x=0 of the function f(x)=e^(-5x) Find the Taylor series at x=0 of the function f(x)=5sin(-x) Find the Taylor series at x=0 of the function f(x)=1/(2-x) Find the Taylor series at x=0 of the function f(x)=x^(2)sinx Find the Taylorseries
at x=0 of the function f(x)=ln(1+x^2) Solve: dy/dx = (x^2)√y , y > 0 Solve: dy/dx = √y cos^2(√y) Solve: (dy/dx) sec x = e^(y+sin x) Solve initial condition: dy/dx = y^(3) sinx y(0) = 0 Solve: (dy/dx)y2 =3x^(2)y^(3) −6x^(2)
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Calculus and Above
Expert:  Ray Atkinson replied 1 year ago.

How far does your instructor want the Taylor series taken?

Expert:  Ray Atkinson replied 1 year ago.

I have to step out for a little school shopping. I will be back as soon as I can. Hopefully you will have an answer for me by then.

Expert:  Ray Atkinson replied 1 year ago.

Ok, after working on these for a while, I should ask how much detail you need to see. There is a *lot* of typing for me to show all the work.

Expert:  Ray Atkinson replied 1 year ago.

The next to last question includes a symbol that is not showing properly.

"dy/dx = y³ sin x" and then "y(0)=0"

As written that problem has no solution. Please resend that problem.

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