Hi, this limit is confusing me can someone please explain this one to me:
Limit as k goes to infinity k^2*sin^2(1/k).
Thanks for the help
If your statement is directed at me, I usually try to do the weird abstract method that is easier but harder to see. But when I am beaten to it I show the more commonly known method such as L'hopital's. Substitution in limits can be a foreign concept to most high schoolers/college students so I showed this method to highlight how the limit is probably meant to be solved in their class or hwo to apply a known theorem.