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i need help solving a limit as x approaches 0

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    lim as x approaches 0 and the problem is 3 sin 4x divided by sin 3x

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    approach it by parts (1) pull the 3 in front of the lim (2) find lim sin 4x (3) find limit sin 3x. (Of course in both cases you are letting x go to 0 so you are really finding sin 0. Easy when you break it up.

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