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Trigonometric Limits

  1. Oct 14, 2007 #1
    This isn't really a homework question--but just something I was thinking about while doing homework.

    Since lim(sinx/x) as x--->0 = 1

    does that mean that lim(x/sinx) as x--->0 = 1 ?
     
  2. jcsd
  3. Oct 14, 2007 #2
    yes, you can manipulate the x/sinx to sinx/x which will give you 1
     
  4. Oct 14, 2007 #3
    cool, how is that done?
     
  5. Oct 14, 2007 #4
    lim x/sinx = lim 1/(sinx/x) = 1/1 = 1
    as x->0
     
  6. Oct 14, 2007 #5
    oh wow, that waas a long time ago, forgot about that :eek:

    haha, thank
     
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