Can I get some help in finding the limit of the following trigonometric function? Lt sin(a+3h)-3sin(a+h)+3sin(a+h)-sin a h-->0 h^3 the h in the denominator is cube. the denominator is sin(a+3h)-3sin(a+2h)+3sin(a+h)-sin a
Last edited by tariq_h_tauheed; September 13th 2008 at 03:42 PM. Reason: asked by someone.
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Originally Posted by tariq_h_tauheed Can I get some help in finding the limit of the following trigonometric function? Lt sin(a+3h)-3sin(a+h)+3sin(a+h)-sin a h-->0 h^3 Is your question like this: or is your question like this:
Last edited by Shyam; September 13th 2008 at 02:43 PM.
Hello, tariq_h_tauheed! Where did this problem come from? It looks like we walked in on the middle of someone's work . . . Could it be: . If so, we have a chance of solving it . . . otherwise, forget it!
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