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Applying L’Hospital’s rule twice yields sin x nC1 X x 2r C1 . 0 . 2n C 3/x 2nC2 sin x D lim nC1 X nC1 X . 2n C 3/x 2nC1 n X x 2r C1 sin x . 2n C 3/x 2nC1 D 0; by Pn . Therefore, Pn implies PnC1 . 2:4:40. ) Pk is obvious if k Ä 0. Suppose that n for k Ä n. 0 x 2e 1=x =x 3 Hence, PnC1 is true. 2:4:41. x0 // D 0. x/. x/, so f 0 is continuous at x0 . x/; x Ä x0 ; (b) Let g0 be continuous on . x/ exists. x0 / does not exist. 2:4:42. log x/, P1 is true. Now suppose that n 1 and Pn is true. log x/. Hence, Pn implies PnC1 .

1 2 2 Á Á 2:4:29. x ˛ log x/ D lim x ˛ lim log x D 0 1 D 1. x log x/ D lim 1 lim log x D 1 1 D 1. 1 Á Á ˛ that ˛ > 0. 1 x ˛ log x/ . 1 D 0. x log x/ D 1 1 D 1. 1 2 2:4:30. e x / D lim 1 2 x! e x / x! e x / x! 1 x 2 Cx x! 1 e x e ! 2x C 1/e x Cx D 1. 2 x! 1 x! 1 C 1=x/2 2:4:31. 1 1=x 2 . 1 C 1=x/ lim D 1. 1 . 1=x/2 sin x x C x 3 =6 cos x 1 C x 2 =2 sin x C x 2:4:32. 0 x 5x 20x 3 sin x 1 cos x C 1 lim D lim D . 0 60x 2 120 Â Ã Á ex 1 2:4:33. If ˛ < 0, then lim ˛ D lim ˛ lim e x D 1 1 D 1. 1 Á ex x then lim ˛ D lim e D 1.

F 0 /2 C 2xff 0 D 1. 1 C x 2 / 1=2 . Notice that this also holds if x D 0, from (a). x/ D 0, jf j attains a maximum at some x. 1 x! x/j Ä 1, with equality if and only if x D 0. k . n 1/k . k / D . n 1/k , then f is continuous at k . x/ D C . Solving these n sin x sin x n sin2 x two equations for sin nx and cos nx yields sin nx D nf sin x, cos nx D f 0 sin x Cf cos x. Since sin2 nx C cos2 nx D 1, 2:3:20. n2 1/ sin2 x Notice that this also holds if x D k , from (a). x/, jf j attains its maximum at some x in Œ0; 2 .