how do i show that tangent squared 8x all divided by sin4x multiply by sin2x is equal to 8 and x gets closer to 0
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Originally Posted by Rose Wanjohi how do i show that tangent squared 8x all divided by sin4x multiply by sin2x is equal to 8 and x gets closer to 0 huh? you are talking about limits here, right? do you mean: or ? it seems you mean the first. Hint: multiply by , rearrange and apply the limits according to the special limits you've learned
i meant limits and you almost answered my question but when i tried doing it, i get an answer, 1/8 instead of 8 what am i doing wrong?
Originally Posted by Rose Wanjohi i meant limits and you almost answered my question but when i tried doing it, i get an answer, 1/8 instead of 8 what am i doing wrong? If you expect an answer to this question you will need to show your working.
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