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If f(pi) is f(x) = 1+cos7(x+pi) then find continuous at x=pi

If f(pi) is f(x) = 1+cos7(x+pi) then find continuous at x=pi

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Arun
25763 Points
2 years ago
Dear student
 
for continuous, we have to find limit indirectly hence
 
use l hospital rule 
 
hence limit will be for 7 sin 7(x – pi)
 
hence limit will be 0

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