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    A question about vertical asymptotes of a trigonometric function...

    Why is there no vertical asymptote at t = 0? A question about vertical asymptotes of a trigonometric function...-photo.jpg
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    Re: A question about vertical asymptotes of a trigonometric function...

    simply because lim f(x) =x(cosx)/sinx as x tends to zero is equal to 1 and not + or - infinity as required by the vertical asymptote....
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    Re: A question about vertical asymptotes of a trigonometric function...

    I see, that makes perfect sense. Thanks heaps
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