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What is the limit of lim (tan(x-(p/2))/(x-(p/2)-cos(x)) when x approach to (p/2)...

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pourjour | Student, Undergraduate | eNoter

Posted May 3, 2012 at 11:40 AM via web

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What is the limit of lim (tan(x-(p/2))/(x-(p/2)-cos(x)) when x approach to (p/2) ?
tan(x-(p/2)) not tan (x+(p/2))
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pourjour | Student , Undergraduate | eNoter

Posted May 4, 2012 at 3:23 PM (Answer #2)

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i said the lim_(x -gt pi/2) (tan(x-pi/2))/((x-pi/2)-cos(x))` not lim_(x -gt pi/2) (tan(x-pi/2)/(x-pi/2)-cos(x))`
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pourjour | Student , Undergraduate | eNoter

Posted May 4, 2012 at 9:00 PM (Answer #4)

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I'm so sorry I mistyped again the syntax of limit it's lim (tan(x-(p/2))/(x-(p/2)+cos(x)) not lim (tan(x-(p/2))/(x-(p/2)-cos(x)) the sign of cos will make difference you will get +ifini -infini but I can't prove that i just GeoGebra to draw it. so can you please explain me how can i calculate lim (tan(x-(p/2))/(x-(p/2)+cos(x)) ? I'm sorry again

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