## What is the expansion of Tan2x?

tan2x = sin 2x/cos 2x.

## What does tan 2x mean?

Tan2x Formula Sin 2x, Cos 2x, Tan 2x are the trigonometric formulas known as double angle formulas because, they have double angles in their trigonometric functions. Let’s understand it by practising it through the solved examples. T a n 2 x = 2 t a n x 1 − t a n 2 x.

**What is the series of TANX?**

The expansion of tan x is given below: tan(x)=x+(x^3)/3+(2x^5)/15+(17x^7)/315+(62x^9)/2835… Hope it helps!

**What is the integral of TANX?**

The integral of tan x is ln|cos x| + C .

### How do you write tan 2x?

5. List out all the Tan 2x formulas.

- Tan(2x)= 2tanx/(1–tanx.tanx)
- Tan 2x = sin 2x/cos 2x.
- Derivative of tan 2x is 2 sec2(2x)
- Integral of tan 2x is (–1/2) ln |cos 2x| + C or (1/2) ln |sec 2x| + C.

### How do you derive tan2x?

The derivative of tan 2x is twice the square of secant function with angle 2x, that is, 2 sec2(2x). Mathematically, the derivative of tan 2x is written as d(tan 2x)/dx = 2 sec2(2x) or (tan 2x)’ = 2 sec2(2x). The process of finding the derivative of tan 2x is called the differentiation of tan 2x.

**How do you differentiate tan 2x?**

Answer: The derivative of y = tan2x is dy/dx = 2 sec2x tan x.

**Is tan2x the same as TANX 2?**

Explanation: Expressions like sin2x , cos2x and tan2x are really shorthand for (sin(x))2 , (cos(x))2 and (tan(x))2 respectively.

#### What is the Taylor series for e x?

Example: The Taylor Series for e. x ex = 1 + x + x22!

#### What is the general formula for Taylor series?

The partial sums (the Taylor polynomials) of the series can be used as approximations of the function.

**What is Taylor series formula?**

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**What is the Fourier series of tan x?**

That is indeed a series that represents tan (x). The poor convergence he is talking about at the endpoints is caused by the well known Gibbs phenomena for Fourier series. The blue line is tan (x) and the red is a truncated form of his sum. That type of behaviour is standard for a Fourier fit.

## What is the equation for the Taylor series?

x = a x= a. This is the Taylor Series formula. If it is centred around x = 0 x= 0, then we call it the Maclaurin Series. Maclaurin Series are in the form: Here are some commonly used functions that can be represented as a Maclaurin Series: