Maclaurin's theorem

Maclaurin's theorem

[mə′klȯr·ənz ‚thir·əm]
(mathematics)
The theorem giving conditions when a function, which is infinitely differentiable, may be represented in a neighborhood of the origin as an infinite series with n th term (1/ n !) · ƒ(n)(0) · x n , where ƒ(n)denotes the n th derivative.
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