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    Quote Originally Posted by WannaBeAMathematician View Post
    By deviding the numerator and the denominator by \theta
    \frac{sin(\theta)}{7\theta+tan(\theta)}=\frac{ \frac{sin(\theta)}{\theta} }{7+\frac{tan(\theta)}{\theta}}

    Now, It should be easy.
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