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    use squeeze theorem to establish limit

    lim (as x goes to zero) of x sin(1/x)=0




    also help with keying problem? symbosl etc?
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    Re: use squeeze theorem to

    For all  x \in \Re ,
     -1 \leq sin(x) \leq 1 .

    This is also valid for  1/x \in \Re  x \neq 0,
     -1 \leq sin(1/x) \leq 1 .

    Multiply by  x and apply the squeeze theorem.

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    Last edited by Krahl; June 7th 2012 at 08:21 AM. Reason: changed from 0 < sin(x) < 1
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    Re: use squeeze theorem to

    Quote Originally Posted by Krahl View Post
    For all  x \in \Re ,
     0 \leq sin(x) \leq 1 .
    I think you mean, for all x, -1\leq\sin x\leq1.
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    Re: use squeeze theorem to

    Quote Originally Posted by sluggerbroth View Post
    use squeeze theorem to establish limit
    lim (as x goes to zero) of x sin(1/x)=0
    also help with keying problem? symbosl etc?
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    [TEX]{\lim _{x \to 0}}x\sin \left( {\frac{1}{x}} \right)[/TEX] gives {\lim _{x \to 0}}x\sin \left( {\frac{1}{x}} \right).
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    Re: use squeeze theorem to

    Quote Originally Posted by Reckoner View Post
    I think you mean, for all x, -1\leq\sin x\leq1.
    Sorry, yes that's the one.
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