I'm doing an assignment on trig derivatives, limits, and graphing. I have no clue how to do this question though...
the limit as x approaches 0 of:
(tanx - sinx)/( tanx)
ps. sorry if you don't understand my question. I don't understand how to use that math font beyond exponents.
i'm thankful for your time guys, but i'm sorry i have no clue what L'hospital's rule is. We were just given 4 formulas
The limit as x approaches zero of:
(cosx - 1)(x)=0
and we are expected to solve these with those formulas. We can also use the other formulas we learned last year. i.e. double-angle formulas, addition/subtraction formulas...etc.
Look at this http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...orial.html...I show how to use it
Originally Posted by CenturionMonkey