Maclaurin series
noun Etymology: Colin Maclaurin died 1746 Scottish mathematician Date: 1902 a Taylor series that is expanded about the reference point zero and that takes the form f(x) = f(0) + (f(0)/1!)x + (f(0)/2!)x² + ... + (f[n](0)/n!)xⁿ + ... subject to the conditions holding for a Taylor's series — called also Maclaurin's series

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• Maclaurin , Colin — (1698–1746) Scottish mathematician Maclaurin, who was born at Kilmoden in Scotland, was a child prodigy. He entered Glasgow University at the age of 11 and became professor of mathematics at Marischal College, Aberdeen, at the age of 19. His… …   Scientists