Jlastino
  • Jlastino
Need help finding the limit of (tan x - x)/(x- sinx) as x goes to infinity.
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roadjester
  • roadjester
\[\lim_{x \rightarrow \infty}{{\tan x-x}\over{x-\sin x}}\] You can try multiplying by the conjugate.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ups, sry didn't see that x--->inifinity and not 0
roadjester
  • roadjester
@myko Umm, Jlastino wrote out the word "infinity"...I was the one who wrote out the actual limit as a fraction...

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ya ya
roadjester
  • roadjester
I think the \[\infty\] is harder to miss and mistake for a 0
Jlastino
  • Jlastino
hmmm...my professor said the answer was 2. I've tried using variations of l'hopitals rule but i just couldn't get to the answer T_T

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