Using Maclaurin’s series, prove that √(1+sin2x ) =1+x^2/2-x^3/6+x^4/24+…..

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Using Maclaurin’s series, prove that √(1+sin2x ) =1+x^2/2-x^3/6+x^4/24+…..

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- Trigonometry Formula
- Differentiation Formula List
- Taylor’s Theorem, Taylor’s Series
- Maclaurin’s Theorem, Maclaurin’s Series

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