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How do you find a dervative of this

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how do you find the derivative of this problem and what rule do you use

lim sin(pi+h)-Sin pi
h-> 0 h
 

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tiny-tim
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… sinπ = 0 …

Hi janemba! :smile:

Do you mean [tex]\frac{sin(\pi + h) -sin\pi}{h}[/tex] ?

If so, remember that sinπ = 0, so it's just [tex]\frac{sin(\pi + h)}{h}\,.[/tex]

Which is … ? :smile:
 
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yes but how did you got the answer
 
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How do you expand:

[tex]sin(x+y)=???[/tex]

Trig identity ...
 
Gib Z
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It's even simpler than that, take a look at a unit circle and think about what happens with every rotation of pi radians.
 

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