# What's the limit as x goes to 0 of [1-cosh(3x)]/[x^2] *using L'Hopital's theorem. I calculated the answer to be 0, but that is incorrect.?

• What's the limit as x goes to 0 of [1-cosh(3x)]/[x^2] *using L'Hopital's theorem. I calculated the answer to be 0, but that is incorrect.?

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