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    Find the limit for the given function.

    lim as \theta approaches 0 \frac{\sin({\cos({5\Theta})})}{\sec(6\Theta)}
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    Remember that

    \frac{1}{\sec{(6\theta)}}=\cos(6\theta)

    You should also know that \sec(x) is continuous at 0. sec(0)=1
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    answer sin(1)
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