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Find

limit ......(1-cos(2x^2)) / (1-cos(3x^2))

x->0

2. The attempt at a solution

since the above gave me 0/0, I used l'Hopital method..

then i got

(4x)sin(2x^2) / (6x)(sin3x^2)

which gives me 0/0 again..

so I kept on using l'Hopital.. but it seemed on going forever

is there other way to solve this..?

thank you in advance

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# Homework Help: Solving limit

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