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 5 years ago
lim as t> ∞ [arctan(t)]
M
 5 years ago
lim as t> ∞ [arctan(t)]

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0If you look at the graph of tan(t) there are asymptotes every pi/2 radians. So, if you inverse the image of tan(x) on a graph, you can see that there is an asymptote at y=pi/2 and y=pi/2. So, if you extend to infinity the limit approached pi/2 and if you extend to infinity, the limit approaches pi/2.
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