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March 20th, 2014, 11:21 PM   #1
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Linear approximation of Non linear system by Taylor series

[attachment=1:dqvrdq43]eqn1.jpg[/attachment:dqvrdq43]I have a equation which represents a nonlinear system.I need to linearize it to obtain a linear system.I have studied various notes and asked my teachers but they are unable to explain how the solution has been obtained.I have the solution but I want to know how it has been done.Please could someone explain it to me.
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