Fairly sure the answer is false as you can't just cancel out the 3x's, but it asks to correct it too [that's where I'm stumped]. Can sin (3x) / 3x be factored down anymore than that? I really have no idea what the teacher is asking.
Fairly sure the answer is false as you can't just cancel out the 3x's, but it asks to correct it too [that's where I'm stumped]. Can sin (3x) / 3x be factored down anymore than that? I really have no idea what the teacher is asking.
It is false, if you have done limits you can write: