For (1), you can break up the limit into parts:
.
For (2), you can just plug in x=0 giving .
For (3), you need to use the identity to get
and then break it up like (1) to get the answer .
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Hello again.
I need to eliminate some uncertainties. I know decent amount of trigonometric/algebraic but the reason I cant see what and how to use is probably that I haven't seen example usages of these enough. Here are some limit's I' would like to lean to calculate or to eliminate indeterminate form to be more exact.
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I tried cos(3x)= cos^3(x)- 3sin^2(x)cos(x) and tan(2x)= 2tan(x)/(1- tan^2(x)). But they didnt help. Need some other ideas.
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No idea how to solve this to be honest
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I tried cos(3x)= cos^3(x)- 3sin^2(x)cos(x) and tan(2x)= 2tan(x)/(1- tan^2(x)). But they didnt help. Need some other ideas.
On #1, when I split up the expression, I did it so that each fraction has a limit of 1. So in the first fraction, I have 2x in the denominator and in the second fraction I have -3x in the denominator.
The x's cancel out: x^2 in the denominator, x in the denominator, nothing, and x^3 in the numerator.
I had to multiply by -12 to get the constants to cancel out: they were: 2^2 in the denominator, -3 in the denominator, nothing, and nothing. So -12 = 2^2 * (-3).
Hope that helps.
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