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MA 17, Section 5 November 23,

2004

Some Maclaurin Series and Their Intervals


of
Convergence

X∞
1 1
x
e = 1+ 1! x+ 2! x 2
+ 3!1 3
x + ··· 1 n! · x
n
(−∞,
= n=0 ∞)

X∞
(−1)n
sin x = x− 1 3
3! x + 1
5! x 5
− 7!1 7
x + ·· = · x2n+1 (−∞,
(2n + ∞)
· n=0
1)!
X∞
(−1)n 2n
cos x = 1 − 2!1 x2 + 4!1 x4 − 6!1 x6 + · · = ·x (−∞,
(2n)! ∞)
· n=0

1 X

2 3
= 1+ x+ x + x + ·· = (−1, 1)
1− · n
x x
X∞
1 2 1 3 1 4 n
ln(1 − = x+ 2 x + 3 x +4 x + · = 1 n ·x [−1, 1)
x) ·· n=1

X∞
(−1)n
arctan x = x− 1 3
3 x
1
+ 5 x −7 x + · 5 1 7
= · x2n+1 [−1,
2n + 1]
·· n=0
1
We can use substitution technique, derivation or integration term term to easily
by 1−x2
obtain Maclaurin series for many other functions, e.g. 1 , e−2x , etc.