Hi guys...i'm a little naive...i encountered the limit of this function:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Sin(x^-1) x

as the x goes to infinity...in order to study it i know that i have to find the Taylor series about the function Sin(t) centered in 0 having defined t=(x^-1)...something called asymptotical expansion of Sin(x^-1). The fact is that i have not found this technique or the theory behind this so called "asymptotical expansion" in any book! So i was asking of somebody can help me about this with some explanation or some material! thank you!

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# Some question about limits

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