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Why can the current as a function of voltage for any device be written as a taylor series? Is it because voltage can be written as V0 Cos wt and then I = V/R ? I'm confused on this.

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Any physical quantity, if it can be expressed as a function that has all its' derivatives at a single point, can be expressed as a Taylor Series

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