equals (A) (B) (C) (D)
Last edited by grgrsanjay; Aug 31st 2010 at 08:10 AM.
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Originally Posted by grgrsanjay equals (A) (B) (C) (D) Do you mean or ? Edit: If the first, I think using L'hopital's rule along with the chain rule and the fundamental theorem should work.
its the first can you show me the methods i did it but i failed to get it i edited all my mistakes
When you use L'hopital's rule, you get Substitute the limit x = π/4 and find the result.
Last edited by sa-ri-ga-ma; Aug 31st 2010 at 09:16 AM.
so is the answer coming out to be (A)??
I think it is (B)
but the answer is (A) given in all my books(4 books in total)
Originally Posted by sa-ri-ga-ma When you use L'hopital's rule, you get Substitute the limit x = π/4 and find the result. This reply is mistaken. It should be So the answer is a.
OK. I will try again.
yea,yea got it thanks sa-ri-ga-ma and plato
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