how do you prove that the limit of the functions [tex] cos(x) ,sen(x), e^{ix} [/tex] is 0 when [tex] x\rightarrow\infty [/tex](adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

another question what would be the limit of [tex] (1+x)^i [/tex] tending x to infinite?..thanx

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# Prove that the limit of the functions

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