WHAT IS LIMIT OF , [1 - cos (x)]/x such that "x approaches zero" i think the answer is "limit doesnt exist".. The book says its 0.
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Originally Posted by khamaar WHAT IS LIMIT OF , [1 - cos (x)]/x such that "x approaches zero" i think the answer is "limit doesnt exist".. The book says its 0.
thank you very much, case closed. Thanks again...Hugs!!