I've been asked to figure out why sin(x)/x=1 is false when it's not a limit...
is it because the only time sin(x)=x is when x=0, and you can't divide by 0? or is there something more tricky?

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the limit = 1, but my professor wants to know why it doesn't equal 1 when it isn't a limit

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