hello I am trying to understand why the limit of as x->0 from the right for (lnx)/(sinx) is -infinity

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hello I am trying to understand why the limit of as x->0 from the right for (lnx)/(sinx) is -infinity

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use l'hosptitals rule
I am I just dont undesrtand how you get that answer
the top gives me 1/x and the bottom cos x which is still undetermined at the top

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that equals 1/xcosx
i get that part but how does that end up being negative infinity
as ln(x) approaches 0 we go to negative infinity as sin(x) approaches 0 we go to 1
the graph of ln(x) as it approaches 0 drops down and down and down and never touches 0....it goes to -inf.
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