Hi. I know `f.taylor(x, x_0, n)`

would generate an n-order Taylor approximation of f around x_0 for a function of a single variable. My question is how to do this for multiple variables. I know Maxima can handle it. How do I do this in sage?

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Hi. I know `f.taylor(x, x_0, n)`

would generate an n-order Taylor approximation of f around x_0 for a function of a single variable. My question is how to do this for multiple variables. I know Maxima can handle it. How do I do this in sage?

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Hi. I know `f.taylor(x, x_0, n)`

would generate an n-order Taylor approximation of f around x_0 for a function of a single variable. ~~My question is how to ~~How can I do this for multiple variables. I know Maxima can handle it. How do I do this in sage?

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Hi. I know `f.taylor(x, x_0, n)`

would generate an n-order Taylor approximation of f around x_0 for a function of a single variable. How can I do this for multiple ~~variables. ~~variables? I know Maxima can handle it. How do I do this in sage?

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