I am reviewing for my midterm and realize that I was out sick when the class covered trigonometric functions. Any explanation on how to solve these would be great!
-limx->0 (x/arcsinx)
-limx->infinity (xarccotx)
I am reviewing for my midterm and realize that I was out sick when the class covered trigonometric functions. Any explanation on how to solve these would be great!
-limx->0 (x/arcsinx)
-limx->infinity (xarccotx)
u need to differentiate the numerator and the denominator separately.then the numerator becomes 1.and the denominator becomes 1/sqrt(1-x^2).now put the limits and u should get 1.