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This is an example given in my textbook. The final answer is 1/6. I know that sinx and 2e^x have to be replaced with their corresponding Maclaurin series. However, I'm having trouble understanding the steps they took to get the limit in a form in which it could be evaluated by substituting x=0.

If anyone could help, I'd appreciate it!

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# Homework Help: Evaluating Limit using Maclaurin series

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