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    How do I know when I can use the squeeze theorem?

    I have to show that the limit as x approaches 0 from the right when \sqrt{x}   e^{sin\pi/x}


    I am not looking for an answer. I am just asking is the squeeze theorem is to be used here.
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    Hi again !

    Yes, it can be used, because when x tends to 0, pi/x tends to + infinity (assuming x is positive, because of sqrt(x)).
    And sin(something tending to +infinity) is not known.

    How can you do then ? Squeeze theorem !
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    Thank you once again!! haha.
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