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Please solve the question in the attachment. ..... .... . .......... .. ANS is 0

Please solve the question in the attachment. ..... .... . .......... .. ANS is 0

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Aditya Gupta
2081 Points
3 years ago
lets call the limit L.
we simply need to invoke the SANDWICH THEOREM.
we know that:
sinx lies in -1 to 1
so sinx/x lies in -1/x to 1/x whenever x is positive.
taking limit x tends to infinity,
L lies in 0 to 0. (because lim x tends to infinty 1/x is zero)
hence L is equal to 0
 

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