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101Ryan101

  • 2 years ago

find the lim as theta approaches zero from the right of s/d where s is the arc of a circle, theta is the angle, and d is the chord line connecting where the angle subtends s...I believe I noted that correctly.

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    I did it by using L'hopitals rule... anyone can do it without?

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