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Homework Statement
x^n / n! -> 0 for any value of x and n -> 0
I don't think you have stated the problem correctly. Isn't this limit as n --> ∞?Homework Statement
x^n / n! -> 0 for any value of x and n -> 0
I think so too. The limit of x^{n}/n! as n--->0 is 1, not 0 as x^{0}=1 and 0!=1.I don't think you have stated the problem correctly. Isn't this limit as n --> ∞?