10/03/2015, 10:42 PM

If the conditions for the derivatives are not met we can still use fake function theory to find entire asymptotics.

For instance like the previous post.

Or like considered before asymptotic to sqrt(x)

Given by

Fake( exp(x) sqrt(x) ) exp(-x).

Maybe I mentioned this before but I think we should consider

Fake( exp(x) + sqrt(x) ) - sqrt(x).

And in general

Fake(a * b) / a versus Fake(a + b) - a.

Regards

Tommy1729

For instance like the previous post.

Or like considered before asymptotic to sqrt(x)

Given by

Fake( exp(x) sqrt(x) ) exp(-x).

Maybe I mentioned this before but I think we should consider

Fake( exp(x) + sqrt(x) ) - sqrt(x).

And in general

Fake(a * b) / a versus Fake(a + b) - a.

Regards

Tommy1729