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Maybe you can do something with limits ( ), or isn't that the intention of this exercice? ...
But if I do that, then x will not be shown in the approximated answer
Originally Posted by Punch Show that for small , For starters, So Now I would advise substituting the MacLaurin Series for and and seeing what you can do...
Originally Posted by Punch Show that for small , Expand and about , as far as the term in (if there is one) and multiply out and truncate at the term. CB
Originally Posted by Prove It For starters, So Now I would advise substituting the MacLaurin Series for and and seeing what you can do... Following up, but I cant convert it into the given form
Originally Posted by Punch Following up, but I cant convert it into the given form CB
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