i know the expansions and i found the value 17/315 + 1/7! for the limit but it's incorrect. i think i must find a path to write those trig. functions in another way.
yeah, those computations are long... anyways, i was wondering if there was another method, one that envolves only a pencil and some paper. i'll have to think about it...
yeah, those computations are long... anyways, i was wondering if there was another method, one that envolves only a pencil and some paper. i'll have to think about it...
There are other methods, but none that are using the Taylor method. Because that is the Taylor method.
probably you are right, but i will still try to solve it using taylor but less computations.
doesn't matter, can u recommend me some good software that is able to compute derivatives, limits, and so on?
probably you are right, but i will still try to solve it using taylor but less computations.
doesn't matter, can u recommend me some good software that is able to compute derivatives, limits, and so on?
thanks
Mathcad, TI-89, or Mathematica are all good choices.