# Estimate $e^{0.1}$ to 6 Decimal Places [closed]

I need to construct a Taylor Series.

I already did my error bounding and found that I needed to use a 4th degree approximation.

But what do I type in? The instructions say "Estimate $e^{0.1}$ to 6 decimal places using a Taylor polynomial about 0. (That is, use error bounding to prove that your estimate is accurate to at least 6 decimal places. Enter your answer as a decimal.)"

I typed in 1.105170 and got it wrong.

My estimate gave me 1.105170833333333333... does it want me to enter in the 8 too or? I'm so confused please help thanks

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• I think you've just rounded incorrectly. If you round 1.1051708 to 6 decimal places, you should get 1.105171. – Joshua Ruiter Feb 12 '17 at 20:55
• but the millionths place is 0, im confused. or does it is asking to the nearest millionth? @JoshuaRuiter – Saketh Malyala Feb 12 '17 at 23:17
• When you round a number to 6 decimal places, you look at the 7th decimal place. If the 7th decimal place is greater than 5, you round up the 6th decimal place. – Joshua Ruiter Feb 13 '17 at 1:28