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find the sum of a infinite geometric series whose first term is the limit of the function f(x)=(tanx-sinx)/(sinx)^3 as x tends to 0 and whose common ratio is the liit of the function g(x)=(1-(x)^(1/2))/(cos^(-1))^2) as x tends to 1

find the sum of a infinite geometric series whose first term is the limit of the function f(x)=(tanx-sinx)/(sinx)^3 as x tends to 0 and whose common ratio is the liit of the function g(x)=(1-(x)^(1/2))/(cos^(-1))^2) as x tends to 1

Grade:12

1 Answers

Jayakrishna
22 Points
5 years ago
  1. for f(x) divide numerator denominaor by x^3.... then use expansion series...
  2. I couldn’t understand what g(x) is so pls rewrite that

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