Hi everybody :) I'm trying to solve this limit Since and is a Real number in is it correct to say that the solution is ? Thank you for your help :)
Last edited by gesoocreesto; June 10th 2013 at 04:39 PM.
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Originally Posted by gesoocreesto to solve this limit Since and is a Real number in is it correct to say that the solution is ? Write . Then is continuous. Let for define is it true that Now what do you think about your question now?
No, it's not true. That limit goes to infinity. But I'm sorry I don't get the point
Originally Posted by gesoocreesto No, it's not true. That limit goes to infinity. But I'm sorry I don't get the point It certainly is true! You had better check you basic knowledge to trig values. For any odd multiple of the is zero.
Got it, thank you for your help :) I ended up understanding that the solution I was searching for is based on the definition of limit superior/inferior. So
Last edited by gesoocreesto; June 10th 2013 at 07:22 PM.
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