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13533 51 True Erro? 275(-6) If n = 5 and a = 0, the Pad6 approximate gives an accuracy of very nearly ten decimals at least for all z in the unit circle. Notice that the Pad6 approximates when used appropriately give upper and lower bounds. 4(1,2). 4. l) < B2n(z,0) z > 0. (1) ' n > 0, S > 0. 36842. (5) (6) 52 III. 3. 1. (e^-e-™) Z7 - = cosh iz = Y ( " \ z . e=0 (2k) I = -* sinh iz = £ ( : > * f f f > fe=o (2fe+i): tkjk rte „ i n 2 » = - £/ iz eiz == „cos s + . 2. (4) (5) z. 2(1,2)'with a replaced by ia.

4. 27 PADE APPROXIMATIONS + 2 I J2n{z) + 2 I (-)nI2n(z). 1. (1 + llz)-° Let ff(a) = ^ ( ^ - 1 / 2 ) = (l+l/2)"c (1) and write E(z) =\An(z,a)/Bn(z,ait +Rn(z,o). *> - (")n(n/^)a. 10(14-17). 4. Clearly for z fixed, lim Rn(z,c) = 0, z 4 0, z ± -1, | arg (1+1/s) | < TT. 2. (8) 28 II. 1(2), put z/(z+l) = x. Then with o = x and o = 1/x, we can obtain rational approximations for xP° and x^'x, respectively. For d e t a i l s , see Luke (1969). 2. T H E SQUARE ROOT Consider the elementary identities {2n+1)e | cosh(2w + 1) 0 ) l\ sinh(2w + 1) 0 \ ( cosh 0 ]/( sinh0 j an .

4(1,2). 4. l) < B2n(z,0) z > 0. (1) ' n > 0, S > 0. 36842. (5) (6) 52 III. 3. 1. (e^-e-™) Z7 - = cosh iz = Y ( " \ z . e=0 (2k) I = -* sinh iz = £ ( : > * f f f > fe=o (2fe+i): tkjk rte „ i n 2 » = - £/ iz eiz == „cos s + . 2. (4) (5) z. 2(1,2)'with a replaced by ia. ™a„v _ ax - 2r ( l ) v (-)"(2» + « + | ) r ( 2 n + 2 « + l ) ^ r ( 2 n + a + i) {2a)x+i X / 2 „ +a+J («)P^ a) W, -1<«<1. 3. (-)"7U«)IU*). -1 < * < 1. (3) -1<*<1. 2-i)i/2 • C7) The expansion for a*, converges quite slowly for small and moderate k.