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    -cos(infinite)

    does this exist.. i was doing a limit


    is -cos(infinite) = dne(does not exissit)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Legendsn3verdie View Post
    does this exist.. i was doing a limit


    is -cos(infinite) = dne(does not exissit)?
    That's correct. -\cos{(\infty)} doesn't make sense because the function is oscillating.
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