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What is the difference between the Taylor and Maclaurin Series?

Asked by Deborah , Last updated: May 08, 2021

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Answered Jul 13, 2020

The Taylor and Maclaurin series is apart of the math field. They are both individual series in their own right, but a Taylor series is able to transform into a Maclaurin series. Taylor series is named after the mathematician Brook Taylor. He was prominent in the 1700s. His series states that a function is represented in the total of the terms that come from the functions single point value. The Maclaurin series was named after Colin Maclaurin. He was a mathematician during 1800. He expands the Taylor series by centering the point of zero and focusing on the function of zero.
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