skectch the graph y=cos(pie/x) over the interval (-.1,0.01)

the calculator comes up with an inaccurate graph. We have been studying sequences and I'm sure using them is the key to solving this problem.

THis is for my calc. 2 class.

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- April 11th 2007, 08:43 PMhorsejumperlimit does not exist
skectch the graph y=cos(pie/x) over the interval (-.1,0.01)

the calculator comes up with an inaccurate graph. We have been studying sequences and I'm sure using them is the key to solving this problem.

THis is for my calc. 2 class. - April 11th 2007, 11:20 PMearboth
- April 12th 2007, 04:58 AMhorsejumperTHanks! but there more...
ok i can do that but the next question asks, how many times does the function osxillate between -1 and 1.

How do i figure that out? - April 12th 2007, 06:24 AMearboth