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Chris18

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**1. Find if the limit exist: sin (x^3 + y^3) / (x + y)**

(x,y)-> (0,0)

**So I am starting solving this by using polar coordinates form and I get to lim= sin r^3 ( cos^3θ + sin^3θ) / r ( cosθ + sinθ) = lim r^2 ( cos^2Θ + sin^2Θ) My question is ok so far and how should I procceed from now on?**