# Limits involving sin.

Dick
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Ok and 1-1 in the numerator gives 0 doesn't it?

NO. You get cos(u)-1. That's not zero.

so 2*cos(u)*sin(pi/6) is equal to cos(u)?

Dick
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so 2*cos(u)*sin(pi/6) is equal to cos(u)?

because you said that 2*cos(u)*sin(pi/6) is the cos(u) part.

Ok i got the limit as 1/(2√3) is that correct?

Dick
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because you said that 2*cos(u)*sin(pi/6) is the cos(u) part.

Are you saying that you don't see why it is equal to cos(u)???

Are you saying that you don't see why it is equal to cos(u)???

Is my answer of 1/(2√3) correct?

Dick