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lim x tends to 0 ( (cosecx - cotx )/ x )

lim x tends to 0 ( (cosecx - cotx )/ x )

Grade:12

2 Answers

Ram Ganesh
8 Points
6 years ago
Use L Hospitals rule ie, differenciate the numerator and denominator wrt x (separately), then we get lim x tends to 0  -(cosecx*cotx)- (cosecx*cosecx)    which is obviously 0. Please approve the answer if you found it helpful.
Shahbaz Basheer
23 Points
6 years ago
but it still comes 0/0 right...shudnt v differentiate again and then the answer comes ½ 

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