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Fundamentos de espectroscopia

1.- Gráfica de la función seno, evaluadas de 0 a 2π.
senx=x+x33!-x55!+x77!
a) y= senx
x | senx |
0 | 0 |
0.78539816 | 0.707106781 |
1.57079633 | 1 |2.35619449 | 0.707106781 |
3.14159265 | 1.22515E-16 |
3.92699082 | -0.70710678 |
4.71238898 | -1 |
5.49778714 | -0.70710678 |
6.28318531 | -2.4503E-16 |

b) Un término
x | y |
0 | 0|
0.78539816 | 0.785398163 |
1.57079633 | 1.570796327 |
2.35619449 | 2.35619449 |
3.14159265 | 3.141592654 |
3.92699082 | 3.926990817 |
4.71238898 | 4.71238898 |
5.49778714 |5.497787144 |
6.28318531 | 6.283185307 |

c) Dos términos
x | y |
0 | 0 |
0.78539816 | 0.866143676 |
1.57079633 | 2.216760424 |
2.35619449 | 4.536323319 |
3.14159265 | 8.309305434 |3.92699082 | 14.02017984 |
4.71238898 | 22.15341961 |
5.49778714 | 33.19349782 |
6.28318531 | 47.62488755 |

d) Tres términos
x | y |
0 | 0 |
0.78539816 | 0.863653281 |
1.57079633 |2.137067798 |
2.35619449 | 3.931157439 |
3.14159265 | 5.759141394 |
3.92699082 | 6.237696809 |
4.71238898 | 2.788111435 |
5.49778714 | -8.66256372 |
6.28318531 | -33.9803617 |

e) Cuatrotérminos
x | y |
0 | 0 |
0.78539816 | 0.863689857 |
1.57079633 | 2.141749552 |
2.35619449 | 4.011149597 |
3.14159265 | 6.358405923 |
3.92699082 | 9.09521276 |
4.71238898 | 13.02710773 |5.49778714 | 21.4595132 |
6.28318531 | 42.72549802 |

2.- Gráfica de la función fx=11-x evaluadas de 0 a 2π.
a)
x | 1/1-x |
0 | 1 |
0.78539816 | 4.65979237 |
1.57079633 | -1.75193839 |2.35619449 | -0.73735737 |
3.14159265 | -0.46694221 |
3.92699082 | -0.34164781 |
4.71238898 | -0.26936832 |
5.49778714 | -0.22233155 |
6.28318531 | -0.18927975 |

b)
x | y |
0 | 1 |0.78539816 | 1 |
1.57079633 | 1 |
2.35619449 | 1 |
3.14159265 | 1 |
3.92699082 | 1 |
4.71238898 | 1 |
5.49778714 | 1 |
6.28318531 | 1 |

c)
x | y |
0 | 1 |
0.78539816 |...