Can any help me with this. I need to solve this without L'Hopital's rule. when x->0 Thanks in advance
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Originally Posted by Bokas Can any help me with this. I need to solve this without L'Hopital's rule. when x->0 Thanks in advance We start from the 'infinite product'... (1) ... and from (1) we obtain... (2) Now if we compute the coefficient of the term of the McLaurin expansion of (2) we obtain... (3) ... so that is... (4) Kind regards
Last edited by chisigma; November 30th 2011 at 08:13 PM. Reason: error of sign in (3)...
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