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limit x tends to 0 [sinx/x]

limit x tends to 0 [sinx/x]

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3 Answers

aman trigun
14 Points
9 years ago

the value is little bit less than one. on differentiating sinx-x we get cosx-1 whose value is less than one 

amit chaudhary
37 Points
9 years ago

1 its a direct formula

Shivam Sharma
14 Points
9 years ago

ans is 0

see from the graph that y=x is always upper than sinx

as lim tends to 0 six/x is smaller than 1 (sinx is smaller than x)

hence [0.something] = 0

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