# Math 222 Current Assignment

## Due Friday, March 1

The worksheet **Taylor** in **Math 222:Lecture 6** illustrates
estimating the size of partial derivatives graphically, and then using
that to estimate the error in replacing functions by their Taylor polynomials.
Note that the labeling of axes can be used to estimate from a graph
how big the values of the function are. If for example, an axis label includes
the numbers 1,2,3, and 4, but not 0 or 5, it is fair to assume that the function
is always between 0 and 5 in the region. Assuming one hasn't used the
view option, or run into other diffculties of discretization...

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