anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey I'm working on my Calc I hw and I'm tuck in this problem Using continuity evaluate the limit Lim 4sin(x+sin x) x-> Pie Help !
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bahrom7893
  • bahrom7893
I mean the answer's 0, but how do u use continuity to evaluate?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm not sure that's the part that's trowing me off. . because the rule is: when a function is continuous at a point, it is equal to its limit at that point. Idk if I'm suppose to explain anything along with limit
anonymous
  • anonymous
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