hello, sorry for using my first post on this help forum ^^; I've been trying to ask this question everywhere on the net and no one seems to be able to help. So I'm trying here. Anyway
I'm trying to find the limit of x tan (8/x) as x approaches to infinity, using the l'hospital's rule.
So far I've applied the rule, but I'm stuck at the last part. Here's my work so far.
Using the l'hospital's rule it turned out like this:
+the
's cancel out leaving me with
so now this is where I'm stuck...When you input infinity in (8/x) , I can't seem to find where the values are heading to... for some examples
[tex]8/90 = 0.08888~
so.. would these values be heading towards 0 ? For my final answer I ended up getting, sec^2 (0) = 1 ... I think I made a mistake around here somehwere, but I don't know what.
if you can help, it would be greatly appreciated!