Is it valid to take this summation limit:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

sum (from n=0 to n=infinity) = (x^n)/ n(!) --(goes to)--> e^x

?

Or is there a thoerical problem with this? I am fairly certain that this is sound, but I want to get some opinions of possible downfalls of this logic...

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# Remanian to continous

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