Hi. I'm going over some notes from class, and I just realized that I only have examples of the Taylor Remainder theorem in reference to trig funcs. Rn(x)=f^(n+1)c(x-a)^(n+1)/(n+1)! where c is some number between x and a. (Sorry, I know there's gotta be a better way put that in here). Now I'm supposed to find a max M for f^(n+1)c which is no problem with sine cosine stuff. But I don't know what to do outside of those types. Example: say f(x)=sqrt(x) and I find the third order Taylor polynomial at x=9 and use it to evaluate sqrt(9.2). Then I want to use the remainder theorem. I know I need to find the 4th derivative of sqrt(x) in this case, but I'm at a loss for how to find M here. Would it just be 9.2? I don't know. I forgot to ask in class yesterday. If anybody has an example, or an explanation of c or M, I would really appreciate it. Thanks.