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Find f ' (pi/2), that is the slope of the linearization. Then you need the point (pi/2, f(pi/2)) Then write an equation in pointslope form f'(x) = sin x What is the sin (pi/2)? Find cos(pi/2) Is this enough of a how to?
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jimmyrepBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2
this = f(pi/2)+f'(pi/2)(xpi/2) if i remember the formula correctly = cos (pi/2) + sine pi/2(x  pi/2) = 0  1(x  pi/2)
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jicho_bovuBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
finalizing jimyrep's answer \[\pi/2  x\]
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