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Problem 1 (15 points) Use the fourth degree Taylor polynomial of value of

Explain your reasoning! Solution: Taking derivatives, if necessary, we obtain that the fourth degree Taylor polynomial

for

equals becomes

Consequently for

Thus

, so

, so

, so

. Finally,

, so

. Thus the third degree Taylor polynomial with center x0=3 is given by

Solution: This is easiest if you remember that the Taylor series with center y0=0 for has radius of convergence 1 and is given by

Using the substitution y=x2, one then obtains the Taylor series for f(x):

Problem 4 (15 points) Find the radius of convergence of the power series

Consequently

The series will converge (diverge), if this quantity is less than 1 (bigger than 1).

so the radius of convergence is . Problem 5 (20 points) Find the exact value of the following series:

Solution:

Solution: You can only do this problem if you recognize the given series as a special case (x=1/2) of the

Taylor expansion

Problem 6 (20 points) An antibiotic decays exponentially in the human body with a half-life of about 2.5 hours. Suppose a patient takes a 250 mg tablet of the antibiotic every 6 hours. 1. Write an expression for Q2, Q3, Q4, where Qn is the amount (in mg) of the antibiotic in the body after the 2. Write an expression for Qn, and put it in closed form. 3. Assume the antibiotic treatment consists of a total of 28 tablets. Give a numerical estimate for the amount of antibiotic in the body immediately after the patient takes the last tablet of the treatment. tablet is taken. Note that Q1=250 mg.

Solution: Using an exponential decay model of the form measured in hours, and the given information that

. Consequently

and

In general,

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