### Taylor's series of two variables.

Find the Taylor's Series expansion of f(x, y) = sin x sin y about (0, 0).

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Find the Taylor's Series expansion of f(x, y) = sin x sin y about (0, 0).

Please see attached file. Graph appropriate functions and then do the limits.

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I have a problem deal with the subject of real analysis and it is about the collection of subsets. I hope someone can help me with detail explanation. See attached file for full problem description.

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