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I'm not sure how to write all the equations with 1,2,3,4 appearing in order.
But you certainly don't need the factorials:
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Here is another way it can be done, without using l'Hopital's rule
(I noticed you had another enotes question that required...

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Your best bet is to do this numerically:
First: notice that the right hand side of the equation,

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If two lines are parallel, they have the same slope.
The slope of `y=3/4 x 1` is `3/4`
So we want a line with...

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1) The number beside `x^2` is A, so:
`f(x)=3(x+B)^2+C`
2) Factor out A. That is, divide everything by 3:
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This problem uses the chain rule over and over.
`y=ln(cos^5(3x^4))`
Write this as
`y=ln(f(x))` where
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For starters, check out:
http://www.enotes.com/homeworkhelp/calculusii461874#answer643292
It will give you an idea...

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Ahh! I misread the question!
We want to use the following:
`A=int_(theta_1)^(theta_2) 1/2 r^2 d theta`
As...

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Before answering the question about "inner loop", let's just get a picture of this thing.
Sine is periodic with period

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First, observe that `x_n` is positive. So, if we can show that `x_n` is smaller than a sequence that goes to 0, then `x_n` must also...