Use the sandwich theorem to explain why

Should I pick two other functions around this function and solve for their limits? What would be two good functions to pick?

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- September 10th 2008, 08:57 PM66replicaProblem that I don't know how to setup
Use the sandwich theorem to explain why

Should I pick two other functions around this function and solve for their limits? What would be two good functions to pick? - September 10th 2008, 09:02 PMjenius
Yes, pick two other functions. You want a function that is always greater than or equal to, and one that is always less than or equal to your function. Since cos(x) is always less than or equal to 1, the function x^2 is always greater than your function. I'll let you figure out the lower function.

- September 11th 2008, 06:05 AMShowcase_22
I have yet to study this at university but I did this:

http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o...sproblem28.jpg

And a graph of it shows:

http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o...SPROBLEM27.jpg

So it seems to work well.