Hello, runner07!
Remember this theorem? . .
Evaluate: .
We have: .
Multiply by
Then: .
ok so this is what it says to do
evaluate lim (sinx)/ (x^(1/2)) as x goes to 0+
ok so i've used LHopital's rule but what i got was dne. i think i did something wrong but i dont know what... here's what i did
lim (cosx)/((1/2) x ^(-1/2)) as x--> 0+ = 1/0
wat is the answer???????
evaluate lim (sinx)/ (x^(1/2)) as x goes to 0+
ok so i've used LHopital's rule but what i got was dne. i think i did something wrong but i dont know what... here's what i did
lim (cosx)/((1/2) x ^(-1/2)) as x--> 0+ = 1/0[/quote]