what is the value of the limit as the function cosx/x tends to infinity??...
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Originally Posted by anme what is the value of the limit as the function cosx/x tends to infinity??... zero. use the squeeze theorem
Originally Posted by anme what is the value of the limit as the function cosx/x tends to infinity??... The squeeze theorem is necessary. Recall that . Modifiying the inequality, we see that Taking the limit of each of these terms as x approaches infinity, we see that . This then suggests that Does this make sense?
Directly put the Limit Hint:Since cos(x) is somewhere in beteen +/- 1 and x is infinity
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