it's 5 where did you calculate ?
try here Wolfram|Alpha—Computational Knowledge Engine
lim x-> 0 of sin5x/sinx
Is the answer 5?
Basically since its 0/0 i used L'hospitals rule and took the derivative of top and bottom to get:
5cos5x/cosx
which it then 5(1)/1... so =5?
But then i put it into this website that calculates it for you and it said the answer is 1 soo im a tad confused.
it's 5 where did you calculate ?
try here Wolfram|Alpha—Computational Knowledge Engine
I beleive that your answer is correct, and that either the website made a mistake or you might've typed it in wrong (since using calculator syntax can be a cause for error in a problem like this one). I support your answer, not only in agreeing with your methodology, but I ploted and it most certainly appears to approach 5 as . I could be wrong though. Lets see what other people say.
I used Mathway: Math Problem Solver and i know i typed it in right because it showed me the question and then the answer.. wierd.
But i was ready to give up because i didnt see how they could have gotten 1