compute using special limits of trig functions: lim x->pie (cosx+1)/(x-pie)
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Originally Posted by myoplex11 compute using special limits of trig functions: lim x->pie (cosx+1)/(x-pie) First of all, it's "pi" not "pie." I'm not sure how to break this into anything resembling a "special limit" but it's not hard to do directly: Note that this is of the form 0/0, so use L'Hopital's rule: -Dan
Originally Posted by topsquark First of all, it's "pi" not "pie." I'm not sure how to break this into anything resembling a "special limit" but it's not hard to do directly: Note that this is of the form 0/0, so use L'Hopital's rule: -Dan You can do this, Using the identity, Now this is a composition function, And, Thus the limit of, By composition rule for limits. That is a standard limit.
Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker You can do this, Using the identity, Now this is a composition function, And, Thus the limit of, By composition rule for limits. That is a standard limit. Clever! I like it. -Dan
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