We were in Calculus class, and the problem sin(x)/n was left on the board from the last class. The teacher meant to put an x in the denominator I guess. We solved it like so:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

sin(x)/n

The n terms cancel out

sin(x)/n = six = 6

Whatddya think?

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# A Fun Solution That We Came Up With In Grade 12 Calculus

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