You solved it already.
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The limit problem is as follows: .
Some thoughts I had about solving this were to express the inverse of tangent as a fraction of cosine divided by sine: . By doing this I thought that I could then use the theorem(?) to multiply the numerator by 21 yielding which equals one. But I don't really know what to do with cosine and this is where I am stuck. The answer in the book is . If someone could help point me in the right direction I would really appreciate it.
(P.S., sorry if this is in the wrong forum)