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limit as x-->pi/2 (cot^2(x))/(1-csc(x))

Any help would be appreciated!

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BrownianMan

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limit as x-->pi/2 (cot^2(x))/(1-csc(x))

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limit as x-->pi/2 (cot^2(x))/(1-csc(x))

Any help would be appreciated!

I would multiply by 1 + csc(x) over itself. Keep in mind the identity that involved cot^2(x) and csc^2(x).

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