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Find e^A Using the Taylor Series.

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HI Professor Shafrir, I have chosen you because I like your pedagogic method for explaining each steps.
In the following attached problem, the professor gives us the solution but didn't explain the way.

So I don't need the solution, I have it. All I need to understand is how to get from step 1 (the Taylor series) to step 2 (The last step) with a matrixe e^A with entries consisting in exponentials e, for questions (a) and question (b) only.

Thank you, Professor.

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The Taylor series expansion of about is given by:

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