lim x→π/2, the equation (tan2x ) illustrate the definition
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You need to find the limit of the function `tan 2x` , `x-gtpi/2` , hence you need to substitute `pi/2` for `x` in the equation of the function such that:
`lim_(x-gtpi/2) tan 2x = tan 2(pi/2)`
Reducing 2 to both numerator and...
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