Hello, I am having trouble finding the following limit: lim as x -> infinity of sin(x-1/x^2+2) Factoring the denominator does not help. Please help? Thanks so much
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Originally Posted by tigerlily Hello, I am having trouble finding the following limit: lim as x -> infinity of sin(x-1/x^2+2) Factoring the denominator does not help. Please help? Thanks so much as . And you should have a theorem about the limit of a composite functions that you can use ....
Originally Posted by mr fantastic as . And you should have a theorem about the limit of a composite functions that you can use .... I don't see how this helps, considering ... Instead, . And from the continuity of the sine function
Originally Posted by Prove It I don't see how this helps, considering ... Instead, . And from the continuity of the sine function I could have sworn it was x^2 - 1 just before I posted.
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