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Find the limit.
limit x -> 0 cos(pi*x / sinx)
I'm only in cal I. I was hoping I wouldn't have to use the difference quotient so is there an easier way to do this using derivative rules or something?
limit x -> 0 cos(pi*x / sinx)
I'm only in cal I. I was hoping I wouldn't have to use the difference quotient so is there an easier way to do this using derivative rules or something?