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**Maziana** Find the limit of x(tan(8/x)) as it approaches infinity.

If I plug in infinity, I get (infinity * 0) so the problem is an indeterminate form.

So I find the limit of tan(8/x) / (1/x). This is (0 * 0) so I can use l'Hospital's rule:

sec^2(8/x)(-8x^-2) / 1

That still is (0 * 0), so I can use l'Hospital's again. I get:

(16x^-3) (2sec(8/x)(-8x^-2)

At this time I realize that this doesn't look like it's helping me, so I probably did something wrong. Can someone look over my work, tell me if I'm on the right track, and if not, tell me what I did wrong? Thanks.