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GATE2016-2-30
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The quadratic approximation of $f(x)=x^3 – 3x^2 -5$ at the point $x=0$ is
$3x^2 -6x-5$
$-3x^2-5$
$-3x^2+6x-5$
$3x^2-5$
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