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7. A mathematical model of an engineering process requires an approximation of sin x to a precision of no worse than 0.25%. Write an Maclaurin series f(x)=sin x to fifth order, and by completing the following table, demonstrate that the series give a sufficiently good estimate or sin x in the range of 0 to 1 radians.
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(Original post by Kinkylocks)
7. A mathematical model of an engineering process requires an approximation of sin x to a precision of no worse than 0.25%. Write an Maclaurin series f(x)=sin x to fifth order, and by completing the following table, demonstrate that the series give a sufficiently good estimate or sin x in the range of 0 to 1 radians.
What have you done/what are you stuck on?
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I've done a few questions leading upto this, however I'm completely stuck on this question at the moment I dont even know where to start 😅
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(Original post by Kinkylocks)
I've done a few questions leading upto this, however I'm completely stuck on this question at the moment I dont even know where to start 😅
Do the sin() Maclaurin series. You've covered ir? It's well known.
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