Limit of a trigonometric function without l'hopitals rule?

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Homework Statement



lim of (sin(x)/(x+sin(x)) as x approaches 0

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I tried using trigonometric identites to figure it out but I can't do it, and when I looked up help for it I only found solutions that utilize the l'hopitals rule. I have to know how to do these questions without this rule, can someone at least get me started in the right direction please? Thanks.
 

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Try dividing the top and bottom by x.
 

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