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  1. #1 Limit - Maclaurin 
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    Helo!

    I want to find the limit of

    (x^2 e^x - 2xe^x + 2e^x - 2)/ x^3

    when x reaches 0, only with Maclaurin expansion.


    (Right answer is 1/3.)


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  3. #2 Re: Limit - Maclaurin 
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    Quote Originally Posted by Intuitionist
    Helo!

    I want to find the limit of

    (x^2 e^x - 2xe^x + 2e^x - 2)/ x^3

    when x reaches 0, only with Maclaurin expansion.


    (Right answer is 1/3.)
    This is pretty clearly a homework problem. Read the policy on such.


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  4. #3 Re: Limit - Maclaurin 
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrRocket
    Quote Originally Posted by Intuitionist
    Helo!

    I want to find the limit of

    (x^2 e^x - 2xe^x + 2e^x - 2)/ x^3

    when x reaches 0, only with Maclaurin expansion.


    (Right answer is 1/3.)
    This is pretty clearly a homework problem. Read the policy on such.

    You are so wrong!


    By the way, this was very easy and I have solved it now.
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  5. #4 Re: Limit - Maclaurin 
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    Quote Originally Posted by Intuitionist
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    Quote Originally Posted by Intuitionist
    Helo!

    I want to find the limit of

    (x^2 e^x - 2xe^x + 2e^x - 2)/ x^3

    when x reaches 0, only with Maclaurin expansion.


    (Right answer is 1/3.)
    This is pretty clearly a homework problem. Read the policy on such.

    You are so wrong!


    By the way, this was very easy and I have solved it now.
    Awesome. It still looked like a homework problem, especially since you posted the answer with no work.
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  6. #5 Re: Limit - Maclaurin 
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane_Mathematician
    Quote Originally Posted by Intuitionist
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    Quote Originally Posted by Intuitionist
    Helo!

    I want to find the limit of

    (x^2 e^x - 2xe^x + 2e^x - 2)/ x^3

    when x reaches 0, only with Maclaurin expansion.


    (Right answer is 1/3.)
    This is pretty clearly a homework problem. Read the policy on such.

    You are so wrong!


    By the way, this was very easy and I have solved it now.
    Awesome. It still looked like a homework problem, especially since you posted the answer with no work.

    You are such a genius, my friend.

    This was a problem I found in an old exam.
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