# Thread: Find the limit of the trigonometric function

1. ## Find the limit of the trigonometric function

Hey, so I was instructed to find the limit of the problem. (It doesn't say anything about this in the question but I think it might be helpful to note that we just learned about the continuity of linear and power functions, limit rules and th squeeze theorem). I was hoping that my answer for number 60 was correct? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!!

2. ## Re: Find the limit of the trigonometric function

$3$ is in the domain of $\dfrac{\sqrt{x}}{\tan^{-1}(\sqrt{x})}$

you can just find $f(3)$ in this case

I leave that to you

3. ## Re: Find the limit of the trigonometric function

No. Both numerator and denominator are continuous at $x=3$ and both are non-zero so you can just evaluate the limit directly.