Taylor Calculator Real 27 calculates Taylor polynomials in symbolic and numeric forms, it is a product which can be found most useful by scientists, engineers, professors, and students.
This calculator calculates Taylor polynomials (partial sums of Taylor series) in symbolic and numeric forms. Numerical coefficients and values are calculated with precision 27-36 digits. Obtained symbolic formula can be used with Graphing Calculator 2D Polar, Graphing Calculator 2D Parametric, and Graphing Calculator 2D Numeric for drawing graphs. There is also possibility to use symbolic parameters ( for example, sin(a*x)+cos(b*x)+2*c), but then numeric values and graphs cannot be calculated, of course.
All calculation results are reflected in History rich-text-box, which can be saved in file or printed.
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What is the Taylor Series?
The Taylor series is a way to write a function as an infinite sum of terms that are constructed from the function’s derivatives at a single point. A Taylor series is composed of individual terms called Taylor polynomials. Summation of Taylor polynomials will approximate a function with increasing accuracy as the number of polynomials is increased. If the point where derivatives are calculated is zero, the Taylor series is called a Maclaurin series.
The Taylor Series, named after famed mathematician Brook Taylor, is a way to represent a function as a sum of its derivatives (plus some other things called weighted coefficients). Taylor series are extremely important for calculus and useful in a wide range of mathematics, engineering, and physics applications.