Can someone help me with this: Find the limit if the limit exists: lim x-tanx x->0 sinx lim 1 - sine^2 (1)^2 x->-2- t (t)
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Originally Posted by Roxanne Can someone help me with this: Find the limit if the limit exists: lim x-tanx x->0 sinx Mr F says: lim 1 - sine^2 (1)^2 Mr F says: This is incomprehensible. x->-2- t (t) ..
find limit if limit exist: lim 1/t^2 sin^2 (t/2) x->0
Hello, Roxanne! If no one is answering, there is confusion in your statement . . . I must assume it says: . In the denominator, multiply by . . .
Originally Posted by Roxanne find limit if limit exist: lim 1/t^2 sin^2 (t/2) x->0 Do you mean ? If so note that: .
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