(Crying) i really need someone to solve this limit for me, cause im not sure if i did it right, it has to be done using taylor and young

lim senhx^3 - senx^3 /x^9

x-> 0

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- Nov 29th 2008, 04:26 PMclarHELP! solving limit with taylor and young
(Crying) i really need someone to solve this limit for me, cause im not sure if i did it right, it has to be done using taylor and young

lim senhx^3 - senx^3 /x^9

x-> 0 - Nov 29th 2008, 04:32 PMgalactus
I must plead ignorance. What is the Taylor and Young method of limits?. I even googled it and found nothing. Do you mean using Taylor series?.

Also, what is sen and senh?. I assume perhaps sin and sinh?.

Is this it:

- Nov 29th 2008, 04:37 PMMathstud28
- Nov 29th 2008, 04:38 PMclar
yes! thats right, sorry its just that im from costa rica, we speak spanish so its diferent

- Nov 29th 2008, 04:41 PMgalactus
So, in Coats Rica Taylor series are called Taylor and Young series?. That's a new one I will have to remember.

- Nov 29th 2008, 04:50 PMclar
Not exactly, were supose to solve the limit using the usin taylor series and (resto de Young) which i dont know exactly how to translate into english, it would be like the rest of young which sounds dumb. But its basically the error o(x^n). Sorray i dont really know how to explain.

But basically the problem i have with the limit is the answer i dont understand why its one third, what happened to the factorial? - Nov 29th 2008, 04:51 PMMathstud28
- Nov 29th 2008, 04:53 PMclar
jaja oops (Giggle), i feel really dumb right now, thank u so much

- Nov 29th 2008, 04:54 PMgalactus
Oh, I see. It translates as Big O. The terms which are more or less extraneous. i.e. Not needed because they become small.

- Nov 29th 2008, 04:56 PMclar
ah big O, ill remember that, thanks a lot