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Suppose that f is continuous on (-infinity, infinity), and that f (x) = (sinx -x)/x^3 for x ? 0 Use the power series expansion for f to find f (0).Suppose that f is continuous on (-infinity, infinity), and that f (x) = (sinx -x)/x^3 for x ? 0 Use the power series expansion for f to find f (0).Suppose that f is continuous on (-infinity, infinity), and that f (x) = (sinx -x)/x^3 for x ? 0 Use the power series expansion for f to find f (0).Suppose that f is continuous on (-infinity, infinity), and that f (x) = (sinx -x)/x^3 for x ? 0 Use the power series expansion for f to find f (0).Suppose that f is continuous on (-infinity, infinity), and that f (x) = (sinx -x)/x^3 for x ? 0 Use the power series expansion for f to find f (0).Suppose that f is continuous on (-infinity, infinity), and that f (x) = (sinx -x)/x^3 for x ? 0 Use the power series expansion for f to find f (0).Suppose that f is continuous on (-infinity, infinity), and that f (x) = (sinx -x)/x^3 for x ? 0 Use the power series expansion for f to find f (0).Suppose that f is continuous on (-infinity, infinity), and that f (x) = (sinx -x)/x^3 for x ? 0 Use the power series expansion for f to find f (0).

Tutor Gautham Shiyakino

The Taylor expansion of (sin x -- x) at zero is (- 1/6 x^3 + 1/120 x^5 + ...). Di...

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