i got one more limit problem that i cannot figure out (x^2 sin x) / (1 - cos^2x) x is 0 how do i prove this PS i got to the part (x^2 / sinx) but i dont know how to convert it into sin(x) / (x)
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Originally Posted by ubhutto i got one more limit problem that i cannot figure out (x^2 sin x) / (1 - cos^2x) x is 0 how do i prove this PS i got to the part (x^2 / sinx) but i dont know how to convert it into sin(x) / (x) Write it as . Since , so does . The reason is that for very small values of x, .
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