I need to find the limit of. Ln (sinx) as x approaches pi-, that is, as x approaches pi from the left. I thought I should use the squeeze theorem, but I am not sure how to apply it. My teacher is not requiring us to use the delta/Epsilon method, so I am sure it is a squeeze method. But how do I set it up? I tried -1 < sinx < 1, Thus ln (-1) < ln (sinx) < ln (1) But you can't take the ln of a negative... please help.