how would I find this one, i tried just using smaller and smaller values for theta, but i didnt seem to get the right answer... lim theta-->0 (theta)/(tan(9(theta))) thanks
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Originally Posted by mathlete how would I find this one, i tried just using smaller and smaller values for theta, but i didnt seem to get the right answer... lim theta-->0 (theta)/(tan(9(theta))) thanks You can use L'Hopital's rule by taking the derivative of the "top" over the derivative of the "bottom".
Last edited by colby2152; Jan 28th 2008 at 12:41 PM. Reason: typo
Originally Posted by mathlete lim theta-->0 (theta)/(tan(9(theta))) You're expected to know that You need to turn your limit into such form:
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