I tried to write a Taylor series expansion for exp(x)/sin(x) using fortran, but when I tested my implementatin for small numbers(N=3 and X=1.0) and add them manually, the results are not matching what I expect. On by hand I calculated 4.444.., and with the program I found 7.54113. Could you please check my code and tell me if i got anything wrong.

Here is the expansion formula for e^x/sin(x) in wolframalpha: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=e%5Ex%2Fsin%28x%29

```
PROGRAM Taylor
IMPLICIT NONE
INTEGER ::Count1,Count2,N=3
REAL:: X=1.0,Sum=0.0
COMPLEX ::i=(0.0,0.1)
INTEGER:: FACT
DO Count1=1,N,1
DO Count2=0,N,1
Sum=Sum+EXP(i*X*(-1+2*Count1))*(X**Count2)/FACT(Count2)
END DO
END DO
PRINT*,Sum
END PROGRAM Taylor
INTEGER FUNCTION FACT(n)
IMPLICIT NONE
INTEGER, INTENT(IN) :: n
INTEGER :: i, Ans
Ans = 1
DO i = 1, n
Ans = Ans * i
END DO
FACT = Ans
END FUNCTION FACT
```

## Best Solution

I don't see any complex terms in that expansion by Wolfram, so I'd wonder why you think you need the complex number in the exponential term. And you can't get that 1/x term the way you've programmed it. You need an x**(-1.0) term somewhere.

Your factorial implementation is rather naive, too.

I'd recommend that you forget about the loop and factorials and start with a polynomial, coefficients, and Horner's method for evaluation. Get that working and then see if you can sort out the loop.