Please help me to resolve this.. limit (x-pi) (tan (x/2)) x-pi I found the answer is 1/0.. i think its wrong... tq..
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Originally Posted by maiya Please help me to resolve this.. limit (x-pi) (tan (x/2)) x-pi I found the answer is 1/0.. i think its wrong... tq.. . This , so you can use L'Hospital's Rule. .
Originally Posted by Prove It . This , so you can use L'Hospital's Rule. . tqvm..
Originally Posted by Prove It . This , so you can use L'Hospital's Rule. . sorry mr. prove it... can you show me the full way how to get the line 3? i can't get it..
Originally Posted by maiya sorry mr. prove it... can you show me the full way how to get the line 3? i can't get it.. Try substituting ...
Do you mean ? ProveIt thought you mean the third equation. L'Hopital's rule says that, if f(a)= g(a)= 0, then . In other words, he differentiated the numerator, and the denominator, , separately.
Originally Posted by HallsofIvy Do you mean ? ProveIt thought you mean the third equation. L'Hopital's rule says that, if f(a)= g(a)= 0, then . In other words, he differentiated the numerator, and the denominator, , separately. tqvm mr.prove it and HallsofIvy. I got it...
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