limit at n goes to infinite of tan theta over theta?

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limit at n goes to infinite of tan theta over theta?

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Is this \[ \lim_{\theta\to\infty} \frac{\tan{\theta}}{\theta}?\]
thats it, yep
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oh right, yes thats it, sorry
Rewrite tan(x) as sin(x)/cos(x)
Nvm...
yeah but then i have (sinx/cosx)/x and thats where i got stuck
i know sinx/x is 1
not sure what to do about the cos
Then the cos(x) goes to the denominator by multiplying by cos(x)/cos(x).
sin(x) and cos(x) is between -1 and 1 as x goes to infinity
Therefore the limit goes to 0.
but the denominator would then be xcosx, which would go to infinite, making the whole thing go to 0
excellent, thank you

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