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Topic: e^5
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From: Artic
Registered: 6/22/13
Re: e^5
Posted: Jun 22, 2013 10:57 PM
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The formula is not the problem, he is expressing e^x as a taylor series. The values you have are for a specific x namely 1. The taylor series shows the general approximation for all x. However, yes stopping at x^n/n! does make this seem finite.


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