Taking x=0 gives
So we have to simplify it.
You should know that . Same goes for 2x, .
I am taking a college level Calculus class that involves trignometry, but I haven't taken trig for over 10 years. Please help if you can.
I need to find the limit of the following equation (or a helpful explanation of how I can find it).
(x - tan 2x)/(sin 2x) as x approaches 0
Thank you for your help!