how do you solve lim ( arcsin (3x) / tan (5x)) as x tends to 0 using substitution?
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Originally Posted by alexandrabel90 how do you solve lim ( arcsin (3x) / tan (5x)) as x tends to 0 using substitution? First, a little work:
Now let . It's clear that implies .
We have now:
Can you take it from here? Hint: Multiply and divide by and regroup the terms to something more amenable.
Or exactly the same as in your other post
You really need to try to to take some of the methods posted in your other quetsions and apply them, instead of mass posting every limit you see.
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