What is the limit of [ tan(pi/6+h) - tan(pi/6) ] / h as h approaches 0 A) sqrt(3) / 3 B) 4/3 C) sqrt(3) D) 0 E. 3/4
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Originally Posted by DINOCALC09 What is the limit of [ tan(pi/6+h) - tan(pi/6) ] / h as h approaches 0 First, . This means, Thus, If you divide this by , you get, . Take and use the fact that and we get that the limit is .
One might note that:
Originally Posted by Plato One might note that: It did not seem to me that he knew what a derivative is.
Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker It did not seem to me that he knew what a derivative is. I bet you that is what the question is about. It is just too perfectly setup.
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