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Taylor's series

  

      n     (Maths)   an infinite sum giving the value of a function f(z) in the neighbourhood of a point a in terms of the derivatives of the function evaluated at a. Under certain conditions, the series has the form f(z) = f(a) + [f′(a)(z -- a)]/1! + [f″(a)(z -- a)2]/2! + ...  
   See also       Maclaurin's series  
     (C18: named after B. Taylor)  
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Taylor  
      n  
1    A(lan) J(ohn) P(ercivale). 1906--90, British historian whose many works include The Origins of the Second World War (1961)  
2    Brook. 1685--1731, English mathematician, who laid the foundations of differential calculus  
3    Elizabeth. born 1932, U.S. film actress, born in England: films include National Velvet (1944), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), Suddenly Last Summer (1959), and Butterfield 8 (1960) and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966), for both of which she won Oscars  
4    Frederick Winslow. 1856--1915, U.S. engineer, who pioneered the use of time and motion studies to increase efficiency in industry  
5    Jeremy. 1613--67, English cleric, best known for his devotional manuals Holy Living (1650) and Holy Dying (1651)  
6    Zachary. 1784--1850, 12th president of the U.S. (1849--50); hero of the Mexican War  


Coleridge-Taylor  
      n   Samuel. 1875--1912, British composer, best known for his trilogy of oratorios Song of Hiawatha (1898--1900)  
Taylor's series  
      n     (Maths)   an infinite sum giving the value of a function f(z) in the neighbourhood of a point a in terms of the derivatives of the function evaluated at a. Under certain conditions, the series has the form f(z) = f(a) + [f′(a)(z -- a)]/1! + [f″(a)(z -- a)2]/2! + ...  
   See also       Maclaurin's series  
     (C18: named after B. Taylor)  

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