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**UCSociallyDead** The problem I am having trouble with looks like:

$\displaystyle \lim(x,y)\rightarrow(0,0)\ \sin(x)/\sin(y)$

(I apologize if this looks confusing. I'm new to using Latex but I think this is understandable. It is the limit as x & y approach the point (0,0) of the function sin(x) divided by sin(y)).

Am I able to perform L'hopital's rule on this function even though the function in the denominator and numerator do not share the same variables?

Thank you for any help!