limit as x goes to 0 of (1/x) * the integral from 0 to x of (1-tan(2t))^(1/t) dt
Last edited by stones44; October 22nd 2009 at 06:05 PM.
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Originally Posted by stones44 limit as x goes to 0 of (1/x) * the integral from 0 to x of (1-tan(2t))^(1/t) dt Is this what it looks like? If so, I will help you work on it. I haven't worked it out yet, but I think that we need to use the squeeze theorem. Also remember that the function
flip the limits and yes so
i dont think i know that theorem yet so i doubt that is the way i am expected to solve it
Originally Posted by stones44 limit as x goes to 0 of (1/x) * the integral from 0 to x of (1-tan(2t))^(1/t) dt using l'Hopital's Rule and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Now note that so you should now use l'Hopital's rule to find .
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