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## Homework Statement

Find the limit of sin((pi*x*y)/4) as (x, y)--->(-1, 6).

## Homework Equations

None.

## The Attempt at a Solution

I got 1 as the answer. Am I right?

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Find the limit of sin((pi*x*y)/4) as (x, y)--->(-1, 6).

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I got 1 as the answer. Am I right?

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How did you get 1? Please show your work.## Homework Statement

Find the limit of sin((pi*x*y)/4) as (x, y)--->(-1, 6).

## Homework Equations

None.

## The Attempt at a Solution

I got 1 as the answer. Am I right?

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sin(-3*pi/2)=1, am I right?

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https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/find-the-quantity-of-salt-in-the-tank.792459/

Have you solved it? Do you have additional questions? Are you going to return to that thread or just abandon it after some of us have spent our time with it?

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Yes, this is correct. My earlier response, which is now deleted, was incorrect. Sorry to have misled you.sin(-3*pi/2)=1, am I right?

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