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- anonymous

please help me!!! I need help with the squeeze theream [x^2 sin(1/x)] lim x->0

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- anonymous

please help me!!! I need help with the squeeze theream [x^2 sin(1/x)] lim x->0

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- JamesJ

First, what are you aiming for .. in other words, what do you think the answer is and why, intuitively?

- anonymous

its one i think but thats because someone told me

- anonymous

its dne

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- JamesJ

No. Have a look at the graph here:

- anonymous

yeah ive seen it

- anonymous

this is my teachers class that i'm in http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9I2aamP-wB8&list=UU2el6NvSBUve08hVAqp4s6g&index=19&feature=plcp

- JamesJ

Now, from the graph, what intuitively is the answer? It's clearly not 1.

- anonymous

it doesnt exist

- anonymous

it nvr reaches 0

- JamesJ

No. It exists. You're not looking at the graph. It looks like it's zero, 0. And in fact that's the answer.

- JamesJ

Here's a hint for all. For all \( \theta \),
\[ | \sin \theta | \leq 1 \]

- anonymous

ok ell thanks for your help but its not making any sense and i'm just going to give up on it. but thanks

- anonymous

I'm not quiting i'm just going to ask my teacher to explain it on paper. this word explaination is not doing it for me.

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