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How to do a taylor series in matlab with e?

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Bella
Bella on 25 May 2016
Edited: Todd Leonhardt on 25 May 2016
if the equation was g(x)=e^x/(cos(x)+tan3(x)) for x=2 I tried >> x=2;taylor(exp(e^x/(cos(x)+tan3(x)))) but an error comes up with undefined function or variable 'e'

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Todd Leonhardt
Todd Leonhardt on 25 May 2016
Edited: Todd Leonhardt on 25 May 2016
Check out this example of how to compute Taylor series in Matlab:
Make sure you define x as a symbolic variable first.
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Bella
Bella on 25 May 2016
now it says undefined function 'taylor'
Todd Leonhardt
Todd Leonhardt on 25 May 2016
taylor operates symbolically
You need to give it the variable.
Do you have the symbolic math toolbox?

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