How would one work out this limit? lim 48(sum(x^n/n! -x -1))/x^2 x->0 im sorry for the formatting... thanks in advance
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Originally Posted by CalcGeek31 How would one work out this limit? lim 48(sum(x^n/n! -x -1))/x^2 x->0 im sorry for the formatting... thanks in advance If you mean it's =
everything is over x^2
Originally Posted by CalcGeek31 everything is over x^2 In that case you've been shown the solution.
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