This is not an equation.
To complete it, you'll use this formula: .
Can you rewrite so that the formula could be applied ?
Here is my equation
I think that I'm supposed to separate the sin5x/3x and the -3x/3x but do i bring the limit in front of both or only the sin5x/3x? and would the -3x/3x just work out to be -1?
Ahh a bit lost, any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance
Yes, but "overkill"! Like killing a mosquito with a 12 guage shot gun. I much prefer Liverpool's method.
I also like the fact that Liverpool left something to be done rather than giving the answer- but I'll thank both of you since both replies were useful.
What would Chuck Norris do, I wonder ?
Well, to answer the questions....
If you want to split it up
So, to evaluate this limit, you only need evaluate
and then subtract 1.
An alternative method is offered by Prove It "if" you are familiar with L'Hopital's Rule.