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## Homework Statement

lim(x -->0) (1-cos(14x))/(xsin(18x))

## Homework Equations

None?

## The Attempt at a Solution

The hint tells me to use L'hopital's rule through which I got

lim(x-->0) (sin(14x))/(18xcos(18x)+sin(18x)) (I factored out the 14 in the numerator)

That gave me a 0/0 so I did L'hopital's rule again, through which I got

lim(x-->0) (cos(14x))/(cos(18x)-9xsin(18x)) (I factored out 14/2)

This gives me 98, which is wrong. (As x-->0, the function becomes 1, leaving what I factored out as 98)

I'm not sure what to do here. Help? :(

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