Posted by **payam** on Friday, March 22, 2013 at 5:43pm.

1-Use Taylor series expansion (degree 0 to 6) about x=pi/4 to find an approximation for f(x) = cosx at point x=pi/3 and then compare the result with the exact data.(show the results in a table).

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