Maclaurin expansion

Maclaurin expansion

[mə′klȯr·ən ik‚span·chən]
(mathematics)
The power series representation of a function arising from Maclaurin's theorem.
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In contrast to the Maclaurin expansion above, the system of equations (7)-(8) cannot be solved easily.
Each figure shows the 5th-, 15th-, and 30th-order approximation on a separate subfigure, and we combine the Maclaurin expansion around 0 with the approximation around [[mu].sub.0] = 1.5 for all performance measures.