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    Re: limit

    How did you find the answer after 1/u?
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    Re: limit

    How did you obtain a result of \frac{\pi}{2}?
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    Re: limit

    Yes it has no li,mit. I made a mistake when I was asking the question. Denominator is (1-x) not (1-X)^2. Many Thanks.
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    I am very sorry. Many Thanks for your help.
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    Re: limit

    Quote Originally Posted by kastamonu View Post
    I am very sorry. Many Thanks for your help.
    We all make mistakes, no worries.

    In light of your correction, I find the limit is \pi not \frac{\pi}{2}.
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