lim ((sin^2)x)/x x->0 This is a tricky question... Can anybody lend a helping hand?
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Originally Posted by AlphaRock lim ((sin^2)x)/x x->0 This is a tricky question... Can anybody lend a helping hand? You should know what equals. Does this make sense? --Chris
Originally Posted by Chris L T521 You should know what equals. Does this make sense? --Chris Thanks, Chris. What I can't understand is why lim ((sin^2)x)/x x->0 will equal... lim (sinx)/x times sin(x) x->0
Just factorize the into
Originally Posted by AlphaRock Thanks, Chris. What I can't understand is why lim ((sin^2)x)/x x->0 will equal... lim (sinx)/x times sin(x) x->0 Because
Ah! I understand why now... Thanks, guys. I'm having trouble with this new limit question: lim ((1/(2+x)) - (1/2))/x x->0 P.S. How do you guys format stuff like this (I just copy and pasted):
Originally Posted by AlphaRock Ah! I understand why now... Thanks, guys. I'm having trouble with this new limit question: lim ((1/(2+x)) - (1/2))/x x->0 P.S. How do you guys format stuff like this (I just copy and pasted): Is this what it looks like?
Originally Posted by 11rdc11 Is this what it looks like? Yup!
Find common denominator in the numerator which equals
Originally Posted by 11rdc11 Find common denominator in the numerator which equals Can somebody explain this? Because I'm having troubles understanding how you got there...
Originally Posted by AlphaRock Can somebody explain this? Because I'm having troubles understanding how you got there... Does this make sense? --Chris
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