Originally Posted by
oObutterfly-chaserOo I'm having trouble with my AP Calculus homework dealing with trig limits. I get these long values and have no idea how to reduce them.
Example:
Limit as x approaches zero of cot(3x)/csc(2x)
I understand the first part:
Lim x->0 (cos(3x)/sin(3x))/(1/sinx)
which reduces to:
Lim x -> 0 (cos(3x)sin(x))/sin(3x)
but I'm at a loss of where to go from here. Everything I try either becomes so complicated I don't know what to do with it or ends up as 0/0. Thanks in advance to anyone who can shed some light on this dilemma.